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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by Thoth » Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:31 pm

Fun fact in the comic books Wolverine smoked cheroots
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by DepartedLight » Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:34 pm

John-Boy wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Gabriel wrote:
Gabriel wrote:I was eyeing the Red Lions last month as well, if anyone has first hand experience with them I'd be interested to hear it.

Freds - I just finished a bundle of Banditos that I picked up in the spring from P&C.com. I got a bundle of 60 for about 35 bucks. I really enjoyed them. Cheap, convenient, good... The wrapper is dark with a little sweetener on the end. Not flavored, sweet though.

They should be in a humidor though, at least a make-shift one. I've been smoking them while fishing or working or sitting outside when I don't have time for a pipe. They're like backwoods cigars if they were made from higher quality tobacco and no PG
I typed that on my phone last night and it's a bit run together. The wrapper is sweetened for about an inch, the foot is left untrimmed. They're mild, but the dark wrapper gives them decent flavor. I found them surprisingly enjoyable.

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I just placed my order. I hope they're good.
They're all gone. Actually I think there's one in the glove box... but other than that they're all gone. :cry:
I got one from the box pass. Wish I'd of nabbed 3. Very tasty little smoke.

I'm sure the one I did take was the best one as it was resting on The Pencil.
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by John-Boy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:06 pm

DepartedLight wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Gabriel wrote:
Gabriel wrote:I was eyeing the Red Lions last month as well, if anyone has first hand experience with them I'd be interested to hear it.

Freds - I just finished a bundle of Banditos that I picked up in the spring from P&C.com. I got a bundle of 60 for about 35 bucks. I really enjoyed them. Cheap, convenient, good... The wrapper is dark with a little sweetener on the end. Not flavored, sweet though.

They should be in a humidor though, at least a make-shift one. I've been smoking them while fishing or working or sitting outside when I don't have time for a pipe. They're like backwoods cigars if they were made from higher quality tobacco and no PG
I typed that on my phone last night and it's a bit run together. The wrapper is sweetened for about an inch, the foot is left untrimmed. They're mild, but the dark wrapper gives them decent flavor. I found them surprisingly enjoyable.

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I just placed my order. I hope they're good.
They're all gone. Actually I think there's one in the glove box... but other than that they're all gone. :cry:
I got one from the box pass. Wish I'd of nabbed 3. Very tasty little smoke.

I'm sure the one I did take was the best one as it was resting on The Pencil.
I went out to the car and got my last one out of the glove box. Chewing on it now.
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by wsblevins » Sun Dec 18, 2016 1:09 am

John-Boy wrote:
DepartedLight wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Gabriel wrote:
Gabriel wrote:I was eyeing the Red Lions last month as well, if anyone has first hand experience with them I'd be interested to hear it.

Freds - I just finished a bundle of Banditos that I picked up in the spring from P&C.com. I got a bundle of 60 for about 35 bucks. I really enjoyed them. Cheap, convenient, good... The wrapper is dark with a little sweetener on the end. Not flavored, sweet though.

They should be in a humidor though, at least a make-shift one. I've been smoking them while fishing or working or sitting outside when I don't have time for a pipe. They're like backwoods cigars if they were made from higher quality tobacco and no PG
I typed that on my phone last night and it's a bit run together. The wrapper is sweetened for about an inch, the foot is left untrimmed. They're mild, but the dark wrapper gives them decent flavor. I found them surprisingly enjoyable.

Image
I just placed my order. I hope they're good.
They're all gone. Actually I think there's one in the glove box... but other than that they're all gone. :cry:
I got one from the box pass. Wish I'd of nabbed 3. Very tasty little smoke.

I'm sure the one I did take was the best one as it was resting on The Pencil.
I went out to the car and got my last one out of the glove box. Chewing on it now.
I bought some Banditos once. They were rolled so tight they were unsmokable. I ended up throwing them away.


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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by John-Boy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:58 am

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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by hugodrax » Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:43 am

Am I the only one thinking of Kipling? Besides Durangopipe?
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by Bloodhound » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:52 am

I am thinking of Kipling. Have to serve a subpoena at a shop located at Colfax and Kipling....maybe that's not what you were talking about.
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by Jester » Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:20 am

John-Boy wrote:
Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:58 am
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Last one.
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Hmmm.... how are the chocolate stout ones? Thinking about picking 50 up on CI for $20. Is that a good deal?
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by John-Boy » Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:30 am

Jester wrote:
Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:20 am
Hmmm.... how are the chocolate stout ones? Thinking about picking 50 up on CI for $20. Is that a good deal?
Sorry, haven't tried the chocolate.
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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by Del » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:08 pm

Chesterton was a cheroot smoker.

And I just got a box of 50 Toscanellos today!

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Re: Talk To Me About Cheroots

Post by A_Morley » Fri Jul 07, 2017 7:48 pm

I didn't know that Kipling smoked cheroots. For my part, I was thinking Rumpole of the Bailey. He simply called his cheroots small cigars.

I've always been fond of Red Lion Cheroots, myself. You could light one in the morning and smoke it all day.
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