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Review: Arturo Furente Hemingway - Hemingway Classic
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CJNIC
2005-03-25 15:05:21 UTC
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Cigar: Arturo Fuente Hemingway - Hemingway Classic
Size: 7 x 48
Origin: Dominican
Wrapper: Maduro
Flavor Strength: Full Med
Price: $22 - Cigar.com
Beverage: Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 1988. (delicious Aussie wine)
Smoke time: 1.5 - 2 hrs (lost track of time)



This cigar has made it to my top 3 favourite cigars. RRRRRICO to the nub.
Packed full of flavour and I enjoyed every second of it.

Strong presence of Chocolate & Nuts with a very creamy aftertaste. I love
it!

Draw and burn were perfect. I thouroughly enjoyed this cigar and smoked it
very relaxed and comfortable while enjoying my red wine. And it is true what
they say, ambience makes a huge difference to the appreciation of a cigar.

My Rating - 9.5/10. Highly recommended!

Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
Its time for love
2005-03-25 15:38:54 UTC
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touching her finger to the anticipatory pearl
then touching
her finger
to her lips ....
at her neck the fluent gold ....
lost within the night her night ....
hushed against his skin, her skin ....
her fluent flesh
pbutlerm
2005-03-25 15:50:41 UTC
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Great Review Chris. Although the price tag is pretty steep :).

Patrick
Post by CJNIC
Cigar: Arturo Fuente Hemingway - Hemingway Classic
Size: 7 x 48
Origin: Dominican
Wrapper: Maduro
Flavor Strength: Full Med
Price: $22 - Cigar.com
Beverage: Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 1988. (delicious Aussie wine)
Smoke time: 1.5 - 2 hrs (lost track of time)
This cigar has made it to my top 3 favourite cigars. RRRRRICO to the nub.
Packed full of flavour and I enjoyed every second of it.
Strong presence of Chocolate & Nuts with a very creamy aftertaste. I love
it!
Draw and burn were perfect. I thouroughly enjoyed this cigar and smoked it
very relaxed and comfortable while enjoying my red wine. And it is true what
they say, ambience makes a huge difference to the appreciation of a cigar.
My Rating - 9.5/10. Highly recommended!
Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
Joe S
2005-03-25 16:45:13 UTC
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Post by pbutlerm
Great Review Chris. Although the price tag is pretty steep :).
Patrick
That it's Aussie dollars takes a little of the sting off, and that it's
in Australia takes even more sting off (depending on where you live).
--
Joe
CJNIC
2005-03-25 17:00:27 UTC
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Post by pbutlerm
Great Review Chris. Although the price tag is pretty steep :).
Patrick
That it's Aussie dollars takes a little of the sting off, and that it's in
Australia takes even more sting off (depending on where you live).
--
Joe
Umm Actually thats USD. I bought it from cigar.com which I have discovered
is a very expensive site!

Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at a decent price? From
what I understand its quite hard to find these sticks in the maduro. The
natural ones are available everywhere but the maduros are very hard to find
and almost double the price.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards,
Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
t***@tidni.com
2005-03-25 17:57:57 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen
MLF
2005-03-25 17:58:16 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at a decent price?
From what I understand its quite hard to find these sticks in the maduro.
The natural ones are available everywhere but the maduros are very hard to
find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they tend to have them in
stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they are listed on their
website doesn't mean that they actually have them in stock. Nonetheless,
it's worth a try and they take backorders (one per customer). The price
varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for Classics.

Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.

I suggest rather than using the web site that you call them and ask
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).

JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You can try them as well
or call at 1-888-574-3576.

There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty hit or miss - they
either have them or they don't and they can't order them. They just show up
when they get there.


Michael Fermanis ***@RICEsprynet.com
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to reply)
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t***@tidni.com
2005-03-25 18:00:20 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen
Pegleg
2005-03-25 18:34:15 UTC
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Post by MLF
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts
Michael can you provide some background or references for this? I'm
just curious and like researching business links/ties.

Tx,
B
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t***@tidni.com
2005-03-25 18:54:24 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen
MLF
2005-03-26 03:46:03 UTC
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Post by Pegleg
Post by MLF
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts
Michael can you provide some background or references for this? I'm
just curious and like researching business links/ties.
I wish I could, but it's been common knowledge for years. I'm sure it's
discussed in the tobacco industry news media (RTDA, and others), but I have
no access to them.

It was reported during the cigar boom of the '90s as I recall. The issue was
that good cigars were hard to find, and Fuentes in particular were nowhere
to be found. However, if anyone had them back then it was Holts. The reason,
published at the time, was that they had about a 30% interest in that
company.

BTW: Lew Rothman of JR Cigars once stated here on the ASC that he receives
10 boxes per month of Opus X for his entire operation. At the time, he has 5
(6?) retail stores in addition to his mail order/internet operation. Fuente
Hemingways were nearly as scarce back then, but thankfully not so now.

Hemingway maduros remain scarce because the wrappers are hard to come by in
the quality that Fuente demands.


Michael Fermanis ***@RICEsprynet.com
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Joe S
2005-03-26 03:53:57 UTC
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Post by Pegleg
Post by MLF
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts
Michael can you provide some background or references for this? I'm
just curious and like researching business links/ties.
http://www.smokeshopmag.com/1098/fuente.htm

Tell me about your relationship with Holt's Cigar Co. and the new Ashton
Fuente cigar they are distributing.

The relationship is not new. It's a very old and very cherished
relationship. We were part owner of Ashton. Recently, they've gone
public. Ashton was a brand owned jointly by Fuente and Robert Levin, but
it's not marketed as a Fuente. Last year, the Ashton brand became all
Holt's Cigar Co.'s - and we own stock in Holt's. There is a new brand
called Premium Dominican - that is the brand you are referring to. My
father deserves all the credit. It was blended by my father. On the
cigar itself, it doesn't have the Fuente name. On the box, it says made
by Tabacalera A. Fuente. The brand is owned by Fuente, but it is
distributed exclusively through Ashton Distributors.


And then this talks more about the Levin/Fuente relationship:

http://www.cigaraficionado.com/Cigar/CA_Profiles/Cigar_Stars_Profile/0,2547,130,00.html
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Joe
CJNIC
2005-03-26 00:41:18 UTC
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Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at a decent price?
From what I understand its quite hard to find these sticks in the maduro.
The natural ones are available everywhere but the maduros are very hard
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they tend to have them
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they are listed on
their website doesn't mean that they actually have them in stock.
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take backorders (one per customer).
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for Classics.
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.
I suggest rather than using the web site that you call them and ask
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You can try them as
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty hit or miss - they
either have them or they don't and they can't order them. They just show
up when they get there.
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to reply)
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Thanks but unfortunately neither of those sites ship to Australia!
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
k***@wapda.com
2005-03-26 00:43:38 UTC
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'A Song of a Young Lady to Her Ancient Lover'

Ancient Person, for whom I
All the flattering youth defy,
Long be it e'er thou grow old,
Aching, shaking, crazy cold;
But still continue as thou art,
Ancient Person of my heart.

On thy withered lips and dry,
Which like barren furrows lie,
Brooding kisses I will pour,
Shall thy youthful heart restore,
Such kind show'rs in autumn fall,
And a second spring recall;
Nor from thee will ever part,
Ancient Person of my heart.

Thy nobler parts, which but to name
In our sex would be counted shame,
By ages frozen grasp possest,
From their ice shall be released,
And, soothed by my reviving hand,
In former warmth and vigour stand.
All a lover's wish can reach,
For thy joy my love shall teach;
And for thy pleasure shall improve
All that art can add to love.
Yet still I love thee without art,
Ancient Person of my heart.
Joker
2005-03-26 00:58:33 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at a decent price?
From what I understand its quite hard to find these sticks in the maduro.
The natural ones are available everywhere but the maduros are very hard
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they tend to have them
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they are listed on
their website doesn't mean that they actually have them in stock.
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take backorders (one per customer).
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for Classics.
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.
I suggest rather than using the web site that you call them and ask
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You can try them as
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty hit or miss - they
either have them or they don't and they can't order them. They just show
up when they get there.
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to reply)
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Thanks but unfortunately neither of those sites ship to Australia!
I clued into this and contacted Holts, unfortunately, they are out of
stock on the Maduro right now.

_______________

"I'm into freedom of speech, and freedom of choice.
I wanna smoke a Cuban cigar the size of Cincinnati
in the non-smoking section! I wanna run naked through
the street, with green Jell-O all over my body, reading
Playboy magazine. Why? Because I suddenly may feel the
need to, okay, pal?" ---->Dennis Leary, 1993
Alex W.
2005-03-26 01:12:38 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at
a decent price?
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
From what I understand its quite hard to find these
sticks in the maduro.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
The natural ones are available everywhere but the
maduros are very hard
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they
tend to have them
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they
are listed on
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
their website doesn't mean that they actually have them
in stock.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take backorders
(one per customer).
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for
Classics.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.
I suggest rather than using the web site that you call
them and ask
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You
can try them as
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty
hit or miss - they
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
either have them or they don't and they can't order
them. They just show
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
up when they get there.
Michael Fermanis
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to
reply)
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Post by CJNIC
Thanks but unfortunately neither of those sites ship to
Australia!

These people say they do:

http://www.cigarsalesonline.com/cigars/arturo-fuente-hemingway.htm
CJNIC
2005-03-26 01:27:49 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at
a decent price?
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
From what I understand its quite hard to find these
sticks in the maduro.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
The natural ones are available everywhere but the
maduros are very hard
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they
tend to have them
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they
are listed on
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
their website doesn't mean that they actually have them
in stock.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take backorders
(one per customer).
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for
Classics.
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.
I suggest rather than using the web site that you call
them and ask
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You
can try them as
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty
hit or miss - they
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
either have them or they don't and they can't order
them. They just show
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
up when they get there.
Michael Fermanis
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to
reply)
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Post by CJNIC
Thanks but unfortunately neither of those sites ship to
Australia!
http://www.cigarsalesonline.com/cigars/arturo-fuente-hemingway.htm
Yeah ALex I've ordered from them a few times, they're pretty good actually.

Unfortunately, Just my luck - Hemingway classic in Maduro is SOLD OUT! LOL

Thanks Anyway.

Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
CJNIC
2005-03-26 02:27:04 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at
a decent price?
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
From what I understand its quite hard to find these
sticks in the maduro.
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
The natural ones are available everywhere but the
maduros are very hard
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so they
tend to have them
Post by MLF
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that they
are listed on
Post by MLF
their website doesn't mean that they actually have them
in stock.
Post by MLF
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take backorders
(one per customer).
Post by MLF
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175 for
Classics.
Post by MLF
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never listed.
I suggest rather than using the web site that you call
them and ask
Post by MLF
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed. You
can try them as
Post by MLF
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's pretty
hit or miss - they
Post by MLF
either have them or they don't and they can't order
them. They just show
Post by MLF
up when they get there.
Michael Fermanis
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE to
reply)
Do you think there would be an enormous amount of difference in taste of
flavour between the maduro and the natural wrappers?

Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
Alex W.
2005-03-26 20:14:09 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these
at
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
a decent price?
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
From what I understand its quite hard to find these
sticks in the maduro.
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
The natural ones are available everywhere but the
maduros are very hard
Post by MLF
Post by CJNIC
to find and almost double the price.
Fuente owns about 30% of Holts (www.holts.com) so
they
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
tend to have them
Post by MLF
in stock, if anyone does. Of course, the fact that
they
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
are listed on
Post by MLF
their website doesn't mean that they actually have
them
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
in stock.
Post by MLF
Nonetheless, it's worth a try and they take
backorders
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
(one per customer).
Post by MLF
The price varies from $110 for Short Stories to $175
for
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
Classics.
Post by MLF
Maduro, being rare as you say, are almost never
listed.
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
Post by MLF
I suggest rather than using the web site that you
call
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
them and ask
Post by MLF
(1-800-523-1641 or 1-877-464-6587).
JR Cigars (www.jrcigars.com) also has them listed.
You
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
can try them as
Post by MLF
well or call at 1-888-574-3576.
There are other vendors that sell them, but it's
pretty
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
hit or miss - they
Post by MLF
either have them or they don't and they can't order
them. They just show
Post by MLF
up when they get there.
Michael Fermanis
New Orleans, Louisiana USA (Remove the RICE
to
Post by CJNIC
Post by CJNIC
reply)
Do you think there would be an enormous amount of
difference in taste of
Post by CJNIC
flavour between the maduro and the natural wrappers?
It varies. With some brands, I have found that it makes
little difference, but others might as well be different
brands altogether.

Why don't you put yourself on their waiting list? Tell them
to shoot you an email when they have the maduro back in
stock.
Joe S
2005-03-26 03:12:45 UTC
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Post by CJNIC
Post by pbutlerm
Great Review Chris. Although the price tag is pretty steep :).
Patrick
That it's Aussie dollars takes a little of the sting off, and that it's in
Australia takes even more sting off (depending on where you live).
--
Joe
Umm Actually thats USD. I bought it from cigar.com which I have discovered
is a very expensive site!
Dude! OUCH!
--
Joe
Ted Ryan
2005-03-26 21:56:26 UTC
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Maybe if we are buddies this month in the cigar exchange we can work
something out to get you some of these...

Ted Ryan
Post by CJNIC
Post by pbutlerm
Great Review Chris. Although the price tag is pretty steep :).
Patrick
That it's Aussie dollars takes a little of the sting off, and that it's in
Australia takes even more sting off (depending on where you live).
--
Joe
Umm Actually thats USD. I bought it from cigar.com which I have discovered
is a very expensive site!
Does anyone know where I can pick up a box of these at a decent price? From
what I understand its quite hard to find these sticks in the maduro. The
natural ones are available everywhere but the maduros are very hard to find
and almost double the price.
Any help would be appreciated.
Regards,
Chris
--
"I have made a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time"
MARK TWAIN
(on his 70th Birthday)
5 Dec 1905
w***@yahoo.com
2005-03-25 15:56:44 UTC
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Thanks for the review Chris. I enjoy these from time to time.
t***@tidni.com
2005-03-25 16:11:03 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen
Marc J. Schneiderman
2005-03-26 13:08:06 UTC
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Cigar: Arturo Fuente Hemingway - Hemingway Classic
Size: 7 x 48
Origin: Dominican
Wrapper: Maduro
My Rating - 9.5/10. Highly recommended!
Chris
A favorite of many on this board. Thanks for the review.
CigarBaron
Miss Elaine Eos
2005-03-26 17:00:46 UTC
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Post by Marc J. Schneiderman
A favorite of many on this board.
Board? *BOARD*?!?! Listen, n00b -- this isn't some half-cocked
web-portal bullshit moderated board, this is ...

oh, wait.

Sorry, thought you were someone else.


;^D
--
Please take off your shoes before arriving at my in-box.
Lots of good cigar info, the ASC Birthday page, FAQs, vendors and more at
<http://www.ManyFriends.com/Cigars/>
A "great" review is one with the name of the cigar before the review text
in the body of the post. :)
k***@wapda.com
2005-03-27 01:17:53 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen
c***@wapda.com
2005-03-27 14:55:00 UTC
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http://groups.msn.com/FreddiePrinzeSr/miquelofwashingtonheights.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=325

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ohh yaa
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen ahhh
ahhh

Friday night and the lights are low
Looking out for the place to go
Where they play the right music, getting in the swing
You come in to look for a king
Anybody could be that guy
Night is young and the music's high
With a bit of rock music, everything is fine
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

You're a teaser, you turn 'em on
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
Looking out for another, anyone will do
You're in the mood for a dance
And when you get the chance

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine ohh yaaa
You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life
Ooo.. see that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen

Dig in the Dancing Queen

Marc J. Schneiderman
2005-03-27 12:17:46 UTC
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Post by Miss Elaine Eos
Post by Marc J. Schneiderman
A favorite of many on this board.
Board? *BOARD*?!?! Listen, n00b -- this isn't some half-cocked
web-portal bullshit moderated board, this is ...
oh, wait.
Sorry, thought you were someone else.
;^D
:-)
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