Conor Gallagher
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Cigar Selection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Capt. Monkey Feb 8. 13 Replies

I turned 18 this year and as a right of passage me and my best friend decided to become connoisseurs of cigars.  We've only had three so far over a period of 9 months, we aren't avid smokers we just…Continue

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Conor Gallagher replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Calling Dad by his First Name? REALLY?
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Capt. Monkey replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"I tend to like maduros too.  Seems like a commonality with many of us.  If you can get your hands on a Monte Cristo, try.  They're definitely on the steep end and hard to get (Cubans), but I've enjoyed the few that I've…"
Feb 8
Capt. Monkey replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"This.  Great advice.  I remember feeling silly asking the shop owner about cigars, but he enjoyed sharing his knowledge.  He told me all about ring counts, different sizes of cigars, etc. "
Feb 8
derhussl replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"Yeah I have had similar experiences with cigars sometimes its how the shop is storing them. If they are not humidified enough or are over humidified that happens. I have had it happen on all different brands. Cant say I have had that issue with CAO.…"
Feb 5
Rick Shelton replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"I've smoked CAO's until recently, I had issues with the wrapper that I didn't care for.  I then tried a Rocky Patel, which I enjoyed and a new brand "Rockefeller" which was decent.  Both are over $5 a cigar though."
Feb 5
derhussl replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"Love the Room 101's good smoke!"
Feb 5
derhussl replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"I am a rocky patel fan myself these guys have some good ones  http://www.seriouscigars.com/rocky-patel-cigars-t-2_21.html try the edge or the vintage line those are the best rocky patel cigars in my opinion. A classic line that I started with…"
Feb 5
Conor Gallagher replied to JSpirtos's discussion F*ck it! I'm shaving my head for now on. Any advise for this newcomer of the bald?
"Your head will be very cold at first, and then you will be prone to sunburn. By the way, stubble is the most annoying thing you will ever experience, it's like having velcro on your scalp."
Jan 25
Conor Gallagher replied to Uncle Rev's discussion Favorite Wood For Smoking in the group BBQ Pit Masters
"I always use apple to smoke meat, it adds an amazing flavor and it isn't surpassed by anything."
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Conor Gallagher replied to Chu Kim's discussion Can Man Become God?
"Wasn't the purpose of God's incarnation as Jesus to show us that God is a man.      Everyone states that the bible preaches humility and sacrifice, yet God came down and spent years with his greatest creation, a creation…"
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Conor Gallagher replied to Chu Kim's discussion Can Man Become God?
"As an anomaly in the philosophical spectrum, a catholic objectivist, I can tell you that I have come to the conclusion that godliness was are original intent.  As a people created in God's image we have the ability to obtain everything he…"
Jan 9
Matt Phillippi replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"It's already been said, but ask the person at your local shop. You can order online, but the experience is never the same, especially starting off. Do you like a bit of spice in your life? A Cameroon or a Criollo wrapper might be up your alley.…"
Dec 13, 2013
MDBuss replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"The best cigar I've had is an Aurora Preferido. It's diminutive in stature (a smaller torpedo) that probably runs about $20 a pop. Absolutely excellent though. "
Dec 8, 2013
Buck Johnson replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"Another good one from CI is Liga Privada T52 by Drew Estate (when it's in stock) http://www.cigarsinternational.com/cigars/11551/liga-privada-t52-by-drew-estate/ "
Dec 6, 2013

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