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Holy mackerel--- Look at all those CC's .I'm just scrounging around to find one of those bad boys. Must be nice to live in a land that sells cubans
It's nice to live in a land that sells Cubans, but it's terrible to live in a land with possibly the highest tobacco taxes in the world But.. It's nice to have BOUGHT all the Cubans... in Cuba. :P Can't complain about $180 for a box of MC #2s or $142 for a box of Partagas D4's
Originally Posted by bob-o
Nice, Looks like you are full speed down the slope.
Yah.... I made sure the wineador model I got is stackable I fully see myself having 3 or 4 of them stacked on top in a black tower layout.
Originally Posted by TGOD
Nice, i like the last pic. A box in a box
That's my prison for bad cigars. Those 2 boxes came back from Cuba (bought by a friend) and had small patches of mold. It wiped off easy, but I keep them UN-humidified in that box, and take 1-2 out as needed for pre-humidification in my other humi.
Awesome Collection, Ive been thinking about adding more CC's to my collection but my lack of experience with CC's has me nervous to drop that kind of money.
Find someone going down to Cuba. My first cigar purchase ever was up here (Canada) buying some Cubans, just to have in my collection. After paying $20-30 per stick, I said that was enough. The rest were all bought in Cuba. If you find someone going down, just offer them an extra 50 bucks to bring back a couple boxes. Make sure they get the receipt, and make sure they get the person at the LCDH to open the box up for them and make sure there's no mold.
Originally Posted by jazie
Very nice collection. I love the#2's as well. They must sell 1000's of them.
I do believe either the MC #2 or is it the MC #4, is the world's top selling cigar. Both are great smokes. I find the #4's ONCE in awhile to be tight on the draw, but I find that happens more often with thinner-gauged cigars in general.