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Any cigar smokers or Bourbon drinkers out there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    I do like a nice cigar every now and again but, you Southern Folk can have my entire life share of bourbon.

    Yeah...I know..."Them Damn Yankees don't know what good is."
    I prefer a good scotch... But, Maker's Mark... it goes down so smooth.


    UGH!! I can't drink, and I can't smoke... stupid bone fusions...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    I prefer a good scotch... But, Maker's Mark... it goes down so smooth.


    UGH!! I can't drink, and I can't smoke... stupid bone fusions...
    Well, at least you can still cuss and shoot.

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    Do you cigar lovers ever listen to the Cigar Dave show on the radio? A truly GREAT American! Here is the link. He is wild and it's a great radio show.
    And he gives away free cigars to all of his radio callers. Good ones too.

    Here is the link.
    Cigar Dave Show - Cigar Connoisseur Radio Network - Humidor 1 A

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Well, at least you can still cuss and shoot.
    I can still cuss...

    And kinda shoot. I've recovered enough so far that I can put 8 rounds from my 1911 in about an 8in group at 14yds... Hurts like a monster after though.
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    I'm a scotch man myself Johnny Walker, mostly black label once and a while blue label, and Cohiba for smokes.

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    I'm actually enjoying a glass of Maker's as we speak. My wife and I actually just got back from doing the bourbon trail in Kentucky...My favorites are Maker's, Maker's 46, Eagle Rare, Buffalo Trace....We visited Woodford, Buffalo Trace, Makers, Jim Beam, Four Roses, and Wild Turkey distilleries. It was a great trip and I strongly recommend it!

    I'm not too picky when it comes to cigars, I can't think of my favorite right now and I don't feel like opening my humidor since that would require me to leave the couch :)
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    Basil Hayden...... I dunno that I've ever heard of it. Reading the diffrent reviews of it on some of the 'spirit sites' it sounds really good. I wants to try some
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    I'm a homebrewer, so my own brew is my liquid of life, not really into scotch, but cigars.....

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    Makers Mark is great for sipping but I lean more towards Bushmills, smoothest shots I've ever had.
    Once every few years or so I'll spark up a cigar. The last time I did so was when the fine citizens of Massachuetts gave "Teddy's seat" to a Republican. It was an AVO Maduro No 2, the same kind I hope to be firing up in November.

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    These days:
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSP View Post
    These days:
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    My Father Garcia (Cedros Deluxe Cervantes, which have about a year in my humi and are in prime condition)
    I like your taste in smokes.


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    No cigars... don't want it to stunt my growth. I'm 6'6" and 275 lbs. ;-)
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    love me some bourbon. but being the low class fellow that i am, i tend to lean toward Jim Beam, especially the double-aged black. also a big fan of Maker's Mark and Knob Creek. and any flavored cigar is a good cigar to me.


    but if we're expanding this to other whiskeys like some guys have done, Bushmills is delightful.
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    I love me some Maker's Mark, and Knob Creek. I usually have to go cheaper though so a lot of times its just Jim Beam (I'm really liking the new Jim Beam - Devil's Cut, and the double-aged black label.) As far as the cigar goes, it really depends on the mood I'm in. A lot of times I'll cheap out and buy a pack of Swisher Sweet's Wood tips. I have thought about getting a pipe and using that instead of the cigar's but we'll see

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