Another day of smokes and conversation on the Porch. We decided we wanted to see a short play of Hemingway arguing with Shakespeare about women and love. We were laughing so hard we almost could not smoke....then we lit the Padron 1926 Maduro....pure cigar love...my new mistress. WOW.
Great weekend with very cool cars and cigars....too bad I can't post pictures yet...Smoked the Drew Estates Kentucky Fired MUWAT and loved it...what an interesting cigar. It paired beautifully with a
We are gearing up (pun intended..) for the Longhorn Rod Run this weekend in Old Town Spring. Updates and cigar reviews to follow. Check our Facebook page if you want to keep up with the high jinx..
Another great day, another great cigar. I can't say enough about this nice little maduro.
Thoughts after smoking it:A very well made craft maduro from the Dominican Republic. I would recommend this to anyone that likes a proper maduro.
Looking at setting up a Front Porch Society in the UK and getting together via Skype once a month. Just to further the cause. Enjoying this nice Maduro. 8 years in a cedar vault really smooths out this quiet little gem. Nice espresso notes with a hint of a sweet finish. Cognac to accompany. TGIF
Thoughts after smoking it:This is a permanent member of my humidor.
Just a couple of things that are typical of an afternoon at the Front Porch Society, for your amusement. We welcomed a new member last weekend and wanted to introduce him. At first meet he seems a b
Having a Puros Reynolds almirante maduro. Great smoke with great friends. Complex smoke with tones of espresso dark chocolate cognac. A pleasantly sweet finish. Life is good.
Thoughts after smoking it:This is a seriously smooth maduro with espresso, dark chocolate and earthy/leather tones finishing with a hint of sweetness. Everything I love in a good maduro. I will be buying these to keep in my humidor.
We are exploring a new brand rolled in the Philippines. Here is a statement from the company, "The 1881 Perique blend is our newest cigar incorporated the Perique
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Thoughts after smoking it:This was a very curious cigar and after reading up on the Perique tobacco, I will be having another tomorrow just to pay more attention to the complexities. While I am not sure what other tobacco was blended with the Perique, it was interesting to be smoking a very rare tobacco.
Smoking a custom rolled maduro. I am looking to take this one back to Europe with me. I have never had a better maduro. More to follow...
an excellent place to put your feet up while your significant other explores the myriad of shops in the village. Always a good mix of conversation and cigars to pass the time.