Ever Had A Cigar You Didn't Want To End?

scottw

Going Commando
The first cigar I had in my newly built house (it previously burned down on my birthday the year before, not cigar related). A Rocky patel Vintage 90 Torpedoi could've smoked it for days.
 

doubledown

Young Ape
OH yeah... this was the best in a while, one of CigarGal's Robaina's, on a cold, wet Seattle summer afternoon while
working with Nic on the small motorcycle's rear wheel bearings...


Yes, that is my custom matchstick nubbing tool. :D
Haha...nice, must have been tasty.

For me, it was the first Ashton VSG I had. Myself and a couple of buddies made a weekend trip to the casino, picked up some smokes at the (overpriced) shop and chilled at the bar for a while.
 

Thetpi825

Young Ape
When one of my good friends came over after getting in a TON of trouble with the law we just started talking. I ran inside and grabbed 2 Illusione 88s ran outside showed him how to cut it and light it. I smoked that till I had burnt my lips. Afterward I Took him inside and gave him a Fiver, my old cutter and my old lighter. The next day we went to a local B&M he picked himself up a humidor and 6 or so singles. Now whenever we get together its always about the latest stogies we smoked.

Off my little story and pack to the question. Every Tat Noella and San Cristobal.
 

demiurgic

Don't Worry, Be Happy.
most nights, I'll do what an old Hawaiian man down the road does every night. Sit on his deck facing the open sky, and switch all the lights off.

Our backyard is chock full of stars because we live far far away from the city lights (there are NO bright lights allowed on the Big Island island because of the Mauna Kea observatory) so The milky way is seen every night.
It's just amazing to sit out there on the porch, with a good cigar and a post dinner creamy coffee.

truly leaving your worries and cares behind for an hour or so.

for the smokes, SOME RP vintage 92's are like that. They blossom towards the end.
However, the last corona gorda, that I wished never ended was the Illusione white horse, CG4.
Just a marvellous cigar.
:)
 

mrreindeer

Gorilla
Our backyard is chock full of stars because we live far far away from the city lights (there are NO bright lights allowed on the Big Island island because of the Mauna Kea observatory) so The milky way is seen every night.
Rub it in! :tu Have one for this L.A. boy on your next one. By the way, what are stars?
 

RHNewfie

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Definately!! Last night, it was an HUpmann Mag 44 on the patio with my wife. It was a combination of the cigar, the awesome company, and the great theological discussion we were having! Didn't want it to end!
 

ucla695

ChestBeating Bruin!
I had a nicely aged MC2 earlier in the year that I nubbed and it was so good that I had to go back inside and reach for another. :dr
 

RGD

Elder Jungle Leader
I had one yesterday. A Cohiba red dot robusto but it was so great I thought, "Wow, I wish this one wouldn't end!"

I really just couldn't fathom that in my wildest dreams . . . glad you enjoyed it though.



Ron
 
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