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Old 07-28-2005, 06:14 PM   #21
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i still have one to smoke, might light it up this weekend.
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Old 07-28-2005, 06:17 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Eclipse_man
That was the case with my Monte 2's Close, but not authenticate, though fortunately, they were still good smokes!
Exactly, I still have 2 of those left and the smell is pure chicken sh**
And CC makes a good point, if they're good people will still buy them regardless of the name.
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Old 07-29-2005, 04:09 AM   #23
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First of all Deacon, Welcome and Semper Fi Brother! You will find no more honest and well meaning person on this planet than CastleCrest. Come on in,sit right down, you have found a small oasis of really good people on troll free board. Regards
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Old 07-29-2005, 04:19 AM   #24
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First of all Deacon, Welcome and Semper Fi Brother! You will find no more honest and well meaning person on this planet than CastleCrest. Come on in,sit right down, you have found a small oasis of really good people on troll free board. Regards
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Old 07-29-2005, 05:32 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by RAVYN
Originally Posted by KAZ
First of all Deacon, Welcome and Semper Fi Brother! You will find no more honest and well meaning person on this planet than CastleCrest. Come on in,sit right down, you have found a small oasis of really good people on troll free board. Regards
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Old 07-29-2005, 06:10 AM   #26
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THANKYOU ALL !!

I want to take this time ot thankyou all for your kind words and salutations. While i am not one for sentimental hooha, i hope that thanks will be suffice. That being said, I have met up with Calibus on here and since we both live in Oakland, California we have decided that when we are both available we are going to meet up and exchange cigars and maybe even have a drink or two or three or............I am going to take him to Wheelins in Berkeley where the Cigar king has a tobaconist shop. Actually he owns two or three shops that carry all premium brands. Maybe we can even take some pics of us in the (candy store) cigar shop. I personally prefer a friendly game of ches with a very nice cognac and a good friend free of business and other worries. Unless otherwise advised by everyone else here i will trade with anyone anytime any type of puro they want to trade, and if i do not have what you want to trade i will go out and buy it.
I have a supply of ABAM cigars that i want to trade for some other puro's. the reason is that i want you all or those of you interested in trading to try these cigars. I know that many of you have not heard of these cigars and that is because they came out in 96 i think. Here is a short bio of ABAM ........

Manufacturer/Owner:
ABAM
Abam™ is a registered trademark of ABAM.
The ABAM factory is located in the Dominican Republic, producing high quality premium cigars. With an expertise brought from his native Cuba, master blender Jose Matias Maragoto uses well-aged tobaccos from different countries to achieve flavorful cigars with excellent construction and full range of strength.
Abam
Introduced in 1996, each Abam cigar is handmade with a specially selected Ecuadoran wrapper, a flavorful Indonesian binder, and a rich blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos grown in Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
This line uses select Cuban-seed tobaccos surrounded by brown Ecuador Sumatra seed wrapper for a medium to full bodied smoke.

I urge each of that prefer a full bodied cigar to try these. Only two sites carry them on the internet. Excalibur is a wonderfu puro as well.

Excalibur Royal Sterling Fortis 54*7''1/4
20-cigar Box
Each cigar is crafted by hand with the finest Honduran Claro wrapper tobaccos, these leaves are picked from the lowest primings of the plant to ensure their smooth taste and light color of its English Claro cousin, but with the distinct, robust flavor characteristics of Honduran-grown tobacco. The Excalibur Royal Sterling also boasts a sweet and flavorful Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and Excalibur's traditional, full-flavored Honduran, Nicaraguan and Dominican filler blend.

PEACE AND BE WELL ALL!!

P.S. are there any other masons in this forum?
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