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Started by Puff Dragon 1. Last reply by Puff Dragon 1 Apr 3, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by Richard Coan on December 29, 2009 at 3:37pm
Does anyone have a good suggestion to enjoy a stogie inside? Any events comming up?
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on November 11, 2009 at 9:30am
Hello all sorry I havent been here in awhile. I have been learning how to roll cigars. Im building quite a collection of my own cigars that I rolled. I have had to give some away because im running out of space in my humi. I dont do to bad for a beginner soon to be doing events and partys and weddings, bachlor partys and such to do some live rolling. Also doing some of my own blinding of my cigars hope to start this as a business of course the name will be Puff Dragon Cigars. There is something about smoking a cigar that you rolled yourself and im proud to say that there not bad sticks real tasty and complex. Im hopeing to get some diffrent wrapper leaf right now all of my stuff is wraped in a sumatren wrapper very nice wrwpper but want to try something else. Well nice chatting with you all back to my rolling.
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on October 25, 2009 at 2:39pm
Hey went to a Camacho event at Habana House. Was a real good time had by all saw lots of new Camacho Lines, even won a Camacho Tshirt. Smoked a real good Camacho Maduro that I fell in love with had a very Earthy, Nutty flavor with with little hints of mocha mixed in. What a fine cigar I baught 5 of them still have 3 left
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Comment by ABRAM HARRIS on September 7, 2009 at 7:46pm
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Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on August 4, 2009 at 5:22pm

Had my first Bahia Blu, was very good nice medium bodied cigar nice woody pre light aroma first puff was some what of a nutty flavor. As I smoked more the nuttyness melted into a nice earthyness that lasted all the way to the finish. I would buy this one again. I give this one a 4 1/2 Star Rateing **** 1/2 Makes a nice everyday smoke cant beat the price from (CI Cigar International)
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on July 5, 2009 at 5:10pm

Hello everyone. Just my 2nd CAO America Patomic. This cigar is one of the best cigars I have smoked to date a little pricey but they can as far as Im concerned boast that price for this one. With it's barber pole finish the taste is some what suprising to the taste buds, hents of earth and wood greet you on the pre light and the wood really comes through upon toasting the foot. Once lit that was when you taste the two different wrappers right off the bat, nice deep earthy toans followed by nice hents of wood mixed with tastes of leather in the background. ***** Five Stars, I dont give out that rating very often but this cigar in my book has put it's self truly into that league.
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on May 17, 2009 at 1:16pm

Good Day to you all. Just had my first Macanudo Maduro Wow! what a stick It takes a lot for me to give a cigar 5 stars but this one done it. Fine construction fantastic draw cold draw had hents of nuttyness. Toasted the foot and there was a stronger nuttyness Ithought that was going to be the flavor of the cigar and that was ok, so I fired it up. The first draw was choked full of Walnuts, as I smoked on the flavored melloed to a some what soft creamy nutty flavor with a nice hent of white pepper. I am looking forword to the 2nd light on this one. This stick deserves 5*****Stars will buy this one again.
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on May 17, 2009 at 1:00pm

Hello everyone. Went down to bobalus the other day saw that they had some 1959 pre embargo cubans yes I baught 2 of them one for me one for my brother, and yes the bobalus buyers clud buy 1 get 1 free applied. Yaahoo. Will save them in my humi for that special smokeing experence on a day that I can relax with a cold beer.
Comment by Puff Dragon 1 on May 10, 2009 at 8:14pm

hello everyone. Had my first Don Pepin Garcia JJ Maduro on the way back from Houston to Austin. It had a nice aroma to it a strong spicy smelling and wrapped with a dark smooth slighty oily wrapper. I thought ok this was going to be a stout smoke so I prepaird my self and pulled my seat belt tight punched it and toasted the foot. With a swipe pased my nose it gave off hents of nuts and supriseingly coca. So with this suprise in hand I fired that baby up, at first the nuttyness came through good and strong as it slowley melted in to a nice semi sweet chocolet that came up and smacked me on the finish. Hit Me Again!! would surley buy this one again 4 Stars ****
 

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