"The cigar numbs sorrow and fills the solitary hours with a million gracious images."
Started by The Burn Ward, 07/01/2014 05:05 PM
QuoteCigary - 7/1/2014 8:32 PMThere are a few places to get these but not at that price....and with shipping. Dude, you're killing me as I don't even have enough money to feed myself but I think I could eat these.
QuoteThinBlueLine - 7/2/2014 8:04 AMBruce I couldn't agree with you more, they get real careless with those water pillows and they do more harm than good I have found!
QuoteBrlesq - 7/2/2014 7:40 AM I received a 5'er of these yesterday, and I enjoyed one ROTT. This cigar shows a lot of promise. A little spongy, but I believe that was from being over humidified by the water pillow that the retailer put smack dab against the naked side of the uncelloed cigars! Note to retailers: Adding a humidifying element is a nice touch and needed in certain weather. If you don't want to spend for a Boveda and choose to use a water pillow, PLEASE put the cigars in an unzipped plastic bag and put that bag into another plastic bag with the water pillow. The cost of the extra bag is far less than the cost or replacing ruined cigars or even worse, replacing pissed off customers!
If Bruce says they are enjoyable then it's gospel...which spells doom for me becuz that means I'll be needing to get me some.
I also agree that Vendors should get it right when shipping cigars....pillows are a good source but not when they are exposed to naked cigars...if anything put the pillow inside another ziploc unzipped to humidify the contents in the package.....yadda yadda. So far I've been lucky that none of my cigars have been soaked even though the Vendor did ship naked cigars with the pillow inside the same ziploc. This just frustrates poor OCD peeps like me who run this scenario around in our heads for a month. Pass the xanax!