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How do you collect that many ?
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fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink
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#12
Bluesman455 Wrote:
fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink
That last one looks like Tim's Pendergrast Cab...   (?)







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#13
MaytagMan Wrote:
Bluesman455 Wrote:
fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink
That last one looks like Tim's Pendergrast Cab...   (?)
Bill, I thought that was Tim Wong's (easyT)
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#14
[user=29]Bluesman455[/user] wrote:
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fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink

Anyways, that's quite neat, mate! (I know he said about it all beeing a friend's and his; but those two cabinets could've been his and not his friend's...) Great collection.
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#15
[user=29]Bluesman455[/user] wrote:
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Want. BAD!!!

Who's heading for Vegas? Big Grin

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#16
Boar I bet that box in Vegas cost a minimum of $160.  I did not see a house Casa Fuente stick under $20 there.   Maybe the kids can chime in but neither the Mum nor I even sampled any of those sticks.

Or maybe you have in the past?
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#17
Bluesman455 Wrote:
MaytagMan Wrote:
Bluesman455 Wrote:
fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink
That last one looks like Tim's Pendergrast Cab...   (?)
Bill, I thought that was Tim Wong's (easyT)

That is the Tim I was talking about...   I think he got that JC Pendergrast Cab from a retailer going out of business way back when he was with Torano?

PO and I herfed with him Thurs night in Merced - he was doing a Padilla event.







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#18
MaytagMan Wrote:
Bluesman455 Wrote:
MaytagMan Wrote:
Bluesman455 Wrote:
fishhound Wrote:
Moro Wrote:Bluesman, are BOTH Towers of Power yers? Because if that's the case, blimey!, I envy ye. Anyways, when I started I had a 20 ct. humi which, in the best of cases had ~15. Eventually it was full and I ended up asking the B&M to save every extra cigar I bought (actually they still do it, though with very few). So...I got a 150 ct. Along with me first Palio and some beads, a Blazer torch; the hobby started to get to a new level. Now, I'm short on space once again, even with those two humis and a Cuban Crafters cabinet; so, who knows what's next? (I'd venture to say a Tower of Power wouldn't be a bad option...)
He said they were friends of his. However Don is no slouch, he has a pretty good stock himself and no worry of being snowed in for a while. Wink

LOL! thanks Bob. mine was the humidor and the rubberdor. Wink
That last one looks like Tim's Pendergrast Cab...   (?)
Bill, I thought that was Tim Wong's (easyT)

That is the Tim I was talking about...   I think he got that JC Pendergrast Cab from a retailer going out of business way back when he was with Torano?

PO and I herfed with him Thurs night in Merced - he was doing a Padilla event.
You west coast guy's have all the fun. :?   Cool
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#19
US_Tank Wrote:Boar I bet that box in Vegas cost a minimum of $160.  I did not see a house Casa Fuente stick under $20 there.   Maybe the kids can chime in but neither the Mum nor I even sampled any of those sticks.

Or maybe you have in the past?
The corona's are $18 and I'll be there in a couple months.  Don't worry Boar, I'll be sure to post the same thread I always do to say I'm on my way and will pick up whatever you want!Tongue
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#20
[user=932]US_Tank[/user] wrote:
Quote:Boar I bet that box in Vegas cost a minimum of $160.  I did not see a house Casa Fuente stick under $20 there.   Maybe the kids can chime in but neither the Mum nor I even sampled any of those sticks.

Or maybe you have in the past?

I've had about a dozen or so, in four different sizes, largely thanks to Mac's Vegas trips. He always hooks me up! Big Grin

Absolutely love 'em. They're a little like Opus X but less leathery, with a flavor that hits me right in my sweet spot.

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