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    The Tabernacle.

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    Just got back from a Drew Estate event.

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    Nice hat. Kuba Kuba and Blondie are always a good go to.


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    Had this one yesterday. Drew Estate Brothers Of The Leaf. Nice and mild with good flavor.

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    Drew Estate Acid 20. In the garage for no particular reason at all.....

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    Drew Estate Acid 20. May be my new favorite.

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    What are you smoking?

    I also like the acid 20s.

    I just bought a box of these Ditka throwbacks. Nice flavor, smooth draw and slow burning.

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    Trying a new one called the Gatekeeper.

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    I gravitate towards Greycliffs a lot. I just got a shipment in from cigar-bid, they're like $20 a piece but I got 35 for $80! I'll start posting up in here. Talking about Drew Estates, the Tabak Dolces are frigging great. The leave the ends a bit bushy and the first couple of pulls are unlike anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobycarolanNC View Post
    Talking about Drew Estates, the Tabak Dolces are frigging great. The leave the ends a bit bushy and the first couple of pulls are unlike anything else.
    I don't think I've tried that one. I may have to stop and get one after work. I like most of their stuff. Do you remember which one you liked. They have like 29 options:

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