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Alec Bradley Maxx Tradional torpedos
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Posted 9/28/2009 4:36 PM (#40756)
Subject: Alec Bradley Maxx Tradional torpedos



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I made the newbie mistake of buying a box of these before trying them. They are a nice cigar, just a tad too strong for my taste.
Is anyone willing to help out by trading 5 or 10 Maxx for a mixed sampler?

I have not smoked anything from: CAO, Perdomo, Gurkha, Padilla
I have only tried a few of : RP, R&J
At this point im just trying to explore whats out there, so anything you like, Id love to try!

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Posted 9/28/2009 4:42 PM (#40757 - in reply to #40756)
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Posted 10/9/2009 12:12 AM (#41680 - in reply to #40757)
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Came in today in great shape.

Thanks for the trade

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Posted 10/11/2009 3:44 AM (#41931 - in reply to #41680)
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Eric did a very cool thing and sent me a bonus pack of cigars for being the first to trade with him here.







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Ken Kelley
Posted 10/11/2009 6:46 AM (#41941 - in reply to #40756)
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Yesterday morning I smoked the last of 10 5 Vegas Series A Artisans I bought from CI about 9 months ago. A little age works wonders on that stick. Very nice! I also enjoyed the one Indian Tabac Super Fuerte maduro robustos I've had so far. Might have to get a batch of those when I order more Artisans.
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