Cigars... The Good, the Bad and the nasty!

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After taking the family to DC and sitting in traffic for 3.5hrs and only move 12miles, it was time for a smoke. I picked up a grab bag at a local shop in Virginia Beach and this one was the only one without a wrapper so I burned it first. Good smoke
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Hemmingway Classic whilst doing a little mowing today

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Rather be assessing the 40, but the grass won't take a break
 

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Isn't that kind of him, right on the heels of this

FDA Releases 499 Pages of New Cigar Regulation

to bad there won't be anybody left around to sell them.

Unless the rule is changed, say good-bye to boutique cigars and house blends. As I understand it, basically any new cigar coming to market will have to be sent to the FDA for review and approval prior to sale.
 
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so who is going to cuba and bring back a pallet load of cigars for their personal consumption

looking for something smooth and mild....for the duration (cigar)

I suspect it will not be long until normal commerce is up and running for items that generate $$....Cigars, being one of them.
 
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