Since then, I've still not had a similar experience. And I can smoke 3 Monte's at the same time, inhaling each one to the nub. (OK, that's an exaggeration.) My experience was so unpleasant, and thanks to the advice I got, I haven't had a repeat. I've had a few STRONG cigars start to make me feel "off"... but if that happens, I now just slow it down... and I've abandoned a good cigar once or twice when I've sensed things were amiss. This has only happened when I've overconsumed alcohol, or when I've lit up a cigar seconds after the completion of a triathalon... you know, to celebrate.
Speaking of memory lane... I'm just looking at some of my old posts. Lol... things have changed a bit! Primarily, I don't give CBID $200 a month anymore. Heh.
Anejo shark, soon after getting into cigars seriously. I just couldn't stop smoking it despite every indication things were going south rapidly. Also, it's likely pairing it with six or so beers didn't help...
Anejo shark...gifted to me by my son. Hot day over the summer...was dehydrated and with an empty stomach. Couldn't finish the thing, and had to look (to my son) that it was one of the best smoking experiences I've ever had! :r
I can usually handle the Vitamin N pretty well, the JdN Antono's and LFD Chisels can get me a little buzzed if I haven't eatin anything in a while but that is a rarity however, I smoked an Edge Maduro Torp from the original blend one night and it had me on the couch. Now the weird thing is is that I had smoked this cigar numerous times before, it was one of my go to's and nothing ever happened but this one laid me out, it's the only time I've ever felt that way and it wasn't good.