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Corncobcon

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Age : 68
Location : Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
Registration date : 2017-10-15

PostSubject: It's time to buy again   Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:40 pm

It's time to buy again, but what?  There are so many great tobaccos out there
that I just can't make up my mind!  I don't know if I should buy tins of what I have
and like so I can cellar it, or buy something new to try.  Maybe I should buy 2 tins to
cellar and 4 or 5 bulk blends at 2 oz. each.  I don't know.  confused affraid
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Navyflake

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Age : 51
Location : Michigan
Registration date : 2017-06-01

PostSubject: Re: It's time to buy again   Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:08 pm

Corncobcon wrote:
It's time to buy again, but what?  There are so many great tobaccos out there
that I just can't make up my mind!  I don't know if I should buy tins of what I have
and like so I can cellar it, or buy something new to try.  Maybe I should buy 2 tins to
cellar and 4 or 5 bulk blends at 2 oz. each.  I don't know.  confused affraid

Depending upon what I have in my wish list, I tend to by two of what I know and love and one of what I wish to try for the first time. One list grows while the other shrinks!
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Brewdude

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Location : Near the Emerald city
Registration date : 2011-05-04

PostSubject: Re: It's time to buy again   Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:04 pm

Spoiled for choice, eh Con?

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Cheers,

RR
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Richard Burley

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Location : North Coast NY
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PostSubject: Re: It's time to buy again   Thu Dec 07, 2017 1:55 am

I hear ya', Conrad. I feel like I'm buried in stuff that I'll never get to before I attain room temperature, yet I continue to buy. I'd recommend trying two oz. samples from quality vendors like Wilke, Strauss, Peretti, Uhle, etc., but what the hell do I know? I come close to envying the old timers who smoked pound after pound of Sir Walter Raleigh or whatever, never looked back, and sneered at anyone's attempt to "improve" their tastes.
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Corncobcon

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Age : 68
Location : Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
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PostSubject: Re: It's time to buy again   Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:48 pm

Richard Burley wrote:
I hear ya', Conrad. I feel like I'm buried in stuff that I'll never get to before I attain room temperature, yet I continue to buy. I'd recommend trying two oz. samples from quality vendors like Wilke, Strauss, Peretti, Uhle, etc., but what the hell do I know? I come close to envying the old timers who smoked pound after pound of Sir Walter Raleigh or whatever, never looked back, and sneered at anyone's attempt to "improve" their tastes.

You made me laugh!  I hope I don't "attain room temperature" too soon either! Shocked Laughing

So I did do some ordering this morning:

C&D Lunchtime Blues (2oz can) to cellar
C&D Privateer (2oz can) to cellar
Edward G Robinson EGR (1.5oz can) to try now
Sutliff Mark Twain (2oz bulk) to try now
Comoy's Cask No. 11 (2oz bulk) to try now

I'm looking forward to trying the EGR and I hope the bulk tobaccos are to my liking.  The other two I've had and enjoy them.

Have a great day. For now, I'm still at 98 degrees! Smile
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