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Trade for Pennsyltucky?
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Posted 8/19/2016 11:26 AM (#681032)
Subject: Trade for Pennsyltucky?



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I'd like to try the Pennsyltucky on for size, wondering if I can interest anyone in a small trade...
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Posted 8/19/2016 1:00 PM (#681038 - in reply to #681032)
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I have no idea what that even is, is it similar to KFC from DE?

I was at a Leccia cigar event last night and he has something similar, Leccia Black, which has a touch of fire cured tobacco. Sam Leccia told me it is much less potent than the KFC.
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Posted 8/19/2016 1:41 PM (#681040 - in reply to #681038)
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ninfiction - 8/19/2016 3:00 PM

I have no idea what that even is, is it similar to KFC from DE?

I was at a Leccia cigar event last night and he has something similar, Leccia Black, which has a touch of fire cured tobacco. Sam Leccia told me it is much less potent than the KFC.


I like the Leccia Black, really nice cigar.
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Posted 8/19/2016 2:30 PM (#681049 - in reply to #681032)
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It's supposedly like a Flatbed Green with a little KFC in it...
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Posted 8/19/2016 2:31 PM (#681050 - in reply to #681032)
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I'd also entertain the idea of a box split if there are enough players...
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Posted 8/28/2016 8:40 PM (#681570 - in reply to #681032)
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Beat it
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