Texas Cigar Smokers

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Dallas cigar enthusiasts

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Houston Cigar (or pipe) Smokers

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kincky friedman running for governor of texas in 2010

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Comment by Frank and Buddy Devil on July 7, 2012 at 2:44pm

New Cigar Brand- The Lounge Devils Cigars-Cigars that Celebrate The Lounge Lifestyle! Wholesale prices available!

Any sales July1-14,2012 get an additional 10-15% OFF

We have a new line of Cocktail Cigars-

the Martini, the Manhattan, the Cuba Libre

100% Cuban Seed/Dominican Republic!

Comment by Nick Buttler on April 27, 2011 at 7:11pm
I don't live in Texas, but I was born there and hope to move back there soon.
Comment by Jermal Joseph Trammel on December 26, 2010 at 11:11am

Hey guys I will be moving back to Texas is three months. The outside of Austin area will be my new permenant home. Merry Xmas to all and perserve the ash!


Comment by Johnathan Nelson on February 18, 2010 at 10:43pm
Restoring Dry Cigars
Last Updated 1/25/2010
This happens to all cigar smokers eventually, some of your cigars dry out for what ever reason! So, what to do? Toss them out? Or try to fix them? If you chose the latter here are some instructions on how to gradually bring a dried out cigar back to life. Dried out cigars require special precautions.

First and foremost, NEVER place a dried out cigar in a humidor that is at 70 relative humidity (RH). The dried out cigars wrapper will expand and crack, ruining the cigar. To prevent this you must re-hydrate your cigar very slowly. We suggest that you do this with a electronic humidifier such as the Cigar Oasis or the Hydra. Here are the steps to take:

* Seal 2-3 dried out cigars in a zip lock baggy along with a digital hygrometer or a calibrated analog hygrometer. Let it stand for 24 hours.
* After 24 hours, check the reading on the hygrometer. This is the relative humidity at which these cigars are resting at.
* Take any cigars out of your already seasoned humidor that is roughly reading at 70RH and open the lid and let it dry out for a few hours. Or you can use a separate humidor for re-storing your dried out cigars. After a few hours, place a digital hygrometer or a calibrated analog hygrometer in the humidor and close the lid for a few hours. Check the internal reading of the hygrometer and if it is close to the "resting RH" of your dried out cigars, then place the dried out cigars in the humidor. Install the electronic humidifier in the humidor and adjust the humidity level to be approximately 5% higher than the resting RH of your cigars.
* Close the lid and leave cigars alone for about a week.
* Keep repeating this process over the course of a month or two until you reach 70RH.
* Once 70RH is achieved, you can place them in your regular or already seasoned humidor and let them rest there for another 1-2 months.
* If you have completed all the above steps, you can start enjoying those cigars once again!
Comment by Ralph Pina on December 2, 2009 at 11:53pm
Nic, you will also want to come by Fumée on this Saturday for our Toraño event, we will have Charlie Toraño, a roller, special edition Roots Run Deep cigar, and $5 ports during the event.

Check us out at

Ralph Pina
Comment by Seth Thomas Noel aka undertaker on November 17, 2009 at 9:10pm
Austin Sounds good what do you guys think. PM me yalls thoughts and I will try to get the details worked out. I'm really looking forward to this!
Comment by Ralph Pina on November 17, 2009 at 6:37pm
If you guys are setting on Austin, consider coming to Fumée. We have beer and wine, and we can do a drink and cigar special or discount for the herf. Let me know if you guys would be interested.

Ralph Pina
Comment by Thomas Slagle on November 17, 2009 at 1:11pm
and if we do it in austin, we have to stop by Bobalu Cigar on 6th street!
Comment by Thomas Slagle on November 17, 2009 at 1:10pm
hey im cool with austin too. where are you talkin about in austin B?
Comment by Charlie on November 17, 2009 at 10:05am
I would love to come as well. I am only off on Sunday and Mondays. I would rather it be Austin but they are both (Dallas) about the same distance. Like Barksdale , I am in Southwest Houston

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