ehowton (ehowton) wrote,
ehowton
ehowton

  • Mood:
  • Music:

Cigar Memories

I remember my first cigar. 1993, Langley Air Force Base, Hampton, Virginia. It was a Macanudo Portifino. Goot's father had sent him a box. We smoked them all.

I remember my first cuban. 1994. It was a Cohiba Lancero. I bought them in Saudi Arabia and Goot and I smoked them when I got back stateside.

The first full box of cigars I purchased were Punch Presidente's. They were fantastic. They don't make them like that anymore.

1996 I was in Korea. By far the best cigars I smoked over there was a box of 12-year old Temple Hall's. Damn.

Bristol, UK. 2002. My first Montecristo. I'll never forget it.

Nabil, the proprietor of Old Town Cigars in Wichita, had given me a 10-year old Gloria Cubana when my daughter was born. I smoked it one year later when my daughter turned one. What a fine cigar that was.

For my 33rd birthday, David Eatherly presented me with a full box of cuban Partagas Series D, Number 4's. What a friend. Always. We smoked one right then and there. By far the strongest cigar I've ever had.

SomeBritInMass recently presented me with a Montecristo. He's too good to me. I smoked it last weekend on my trip to Wichita. I decided on the spot to stop using moist snuff and start smoking cigars again. It was that good.

I still have half a box of those Partagas David gave me, unless he's smoked them all by now, you see, I left my humidor in Texas at his house...And there will be more cigar memories in years to come, as I have another dozen or so cubans, and many more special events in which to share them, and smoke them.

Tags: cigars, daivd, somebritinmass
Subscribe
  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 4 comments