Not corny at all... that's respect. Nicely stated, brother. It's been said before, but the best tasting cigar in the world is a gifted cigar. No doubt in my mind about that.
This is very true! For a while I've been holding a brother's hand, so to speak, as he ventures in to the world of cigars. I've been inviting him over for herfs and always providing the sticks just so he can get a little taste of different profiles. He finally made his first online purchase - a humidor and some kind of Graycliffs (1666 I believe, but am not postive). His descent had begun! He brought a couple over to share, and while I wasn't the biggest fan of whatever particular cigar it was, the thought behind it was awesome.
Since I was freezing everything and all that good stuff, I though it would be the perfect opportunity to shoot some video. Be easy on me, I'm by no means a videographer or anything and I'm pretty sure I mutilated the spanish pronunciations. Well, here it is:
That is one of the craziest collections i have ever seen. How long did it take you to accumulate all those cigars and do you keep them at one rh or at different re's?