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For those in Tampa, the likelihood around 1PM today that I will be sitting on a park bench at the sponge docks smoking a cigar and watching tourists is 100%. Because...it's Friday.
Unless you're a stalker (and I have one of those right now... he's just thankfully not from the forum). If you have zero posts, don't come. Other than that... message @Scot if you want to know where to meet up.
If you ever get down to Tarpon Springs at the sponge docks there is a guy who sits in a little booth and hand rolls cigars. Awesome experience to just sit by the sponge docks and smoke one of his better than average hand rolled masterpieces.
In fact, I think I will go down there this afternoon.
I might have to invite you and your bottle of scotch over sometime.
I am about to spend more than is reasonable on a humidor I fell in love with.
Post pictures of your humidification systems... Anything from a ziplock baggie and a sponge up to the crazy humidor I'm about to buy.
I am currently using two vertical humidors that each hold around 10 cigars with a boveda humidification envelope.
In addition, since I only had space for 20 cigars and had more than that on hand my overflow is a portable plastic cigar humidor that I stuck a Boveda pack into also. Does the job but that one doesn't have a gage. I can only assume the humidification envelope is doing its job.
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Mainly because you never run the risk of getting pieces of the cigar on your tongue LOL
This is one of the main reasons I like a good punch.
That, and its easier to carry ( built into my torch ) than another cutter.
I also dont have to worry about the wrapper coming apart near the cut too.
In general, punch. I like the V cut sometime (not sure if the name is correct).
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