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My First LP #9

This is a discussion on My First LP #9 within the Smoking Action forums, part of the The Gallery category; I smoked my firat LP9 today at the Oktoberfest Herf in Anaheim. Now I understand why these things are so ...

  
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    Cigar Artist DarrelMorris's Avatar


     

    My First LP #9

    I smoked my firat LP9 today at the Oktoberfest Herf in Anaheim. Now I understand why these things are so popular. That was a very tasty stick.
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    King Kongs Decendant exprime8's Avatar


     

    Re: My First LP #9

    just wait till you smoke your 2nd, then your 3rd then your, well you get the idea.
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    Full grown Puffer Fish J. Drew's Avatar


     

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    Jake hit me with one on the NST. I have yet to try it. I am kinda nervous and also if I love it which I think might be the case, it is going to be so hard not to go crazy trying to find more.
    "A fine cigar should fall apart in your hands like a neurotic woman!" - Fernando

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    Really hoping I can try a single of the 9 and 52 sometime. I'd probably age them a bit tho.

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    Cigar Artist DarrelMorris's Avatar


     

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    I rested mine for about 5 months.

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    Re: My First LP #9

    Quote Originally Posted by J. Drew View Post
    Jake hit me with one on the NST. I have yet to try it. I am kinda nervous and also if I love it which I think might be the case, it is going to be so hard not to go crazy trying to find more.
    I know Jordan isn't JDrew, but still, seeing a post with J.Drew saying he smoked his NST LP9 just makes me laugh

    It was good herfing with you today Darrel!
    "Only fine cigars are worth smoking, and only men who smoke fine cigars are worth kissing." -Joan Collins

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    Cigar Artist DarrelMorris's Avatar


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jphank View Post
    I know Jordan isn't JDrew, but still, seeing a post with J.Drew saying he smoked his NST LP9 just makes me laugh

    It was good herfing with you today Darrel!
    I thought the same thing...and I always look forward to herfing with you too.

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    turf monkey supreme android's Avatar


     

    Re: My First LP #9

    Quote Originally Posted by Draepheus View Post
    Really hoping I can try a single of the 9 and 52 sometime. I'd probably age them a bit tho.
    maybe one of the more experienced LP smokers can validate this, but i seem to remember hearing that they really don't need a ton of age on them.

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    Alpha Puffer Fish nikonnut's Avatar


     

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    ROTT or rested I think they're awesome! Plus, according to Steve, they ship them when they're ready...
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    Chibcha Girl yvettezm's Avatar


     

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    It was a great day at Octoberfest!

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes NoirNick's Avatar


     

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    Just got a T52 from a friend of mine. These are definitely some of the best smokes around in my opinion. Glad you enjoyed it.

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    I ♥ |_|D socalocmatt's Avatar


     

    Re: My First LP #9

    Quote Originally Posted by android View Post
    maybe one of the more experienced LP smokers can validate this, but i seem to remember hearing that they really don't need a ton of age on them.
    True. According to them, they are good to go and aged to when they feel they will be best. But, as with most cigars, some people prefer more rest and some will prefer aging them for a few years. Its all up to you. Best way to know is to try a fresh one and rest a couple. If you like the direction they are heading, give them a bit more rest until you find a 'sweet spot' where you like them the most. For me, I have no 9 pigs that I will still age even though they are over 3 years old. But thats just me. I also like the fresh so I will age some and smoke others.

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    The Karate Squid Aninjaforallseasons's Avatar


     

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    In my experience, they're pretty good fresh, and phenomenal with a bit of downtime. ymmv, it just depends on whether you want that fresh bit of punch to them, or if you want it to be a smoother smoke.
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    Maturing Puffer Fish Cigar5150's Avatar


     

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    Looks great! I just picked up a #9 four pack sampler. It'll be tough to give them a week or so in the humi to get over their jet lag.

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    Had my first LP9 robusto around New Years last year. I also bought the 4 pack sampler and just couldn't wait to smoke one.It was a good smoke but think it would have benifitted from a little more time in the humidor.I've been holding on to the other 3 sizes for about a year now and can't wait to light one up and see what they taste like.

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