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I was refered by sancho Panza from Cigar Weekly, I have just recently discovered that there are Rums that I can enjoy straight. I look forward to learning more as some of my friends are Rum snobs and I hope to become one myself someday. :biggrin:

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Thanks for the welcome guys, Shubby, it could be a case of mistaken identy, did this look alike owe you money? :biggrin:

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hey Vern how's it going?

Yes it is true one can sip rum and nor does he need to always use it as a mixer.....A matter of fact I think neat is best.

Hey does that Sancha Panza does he like other cigars like maybe Bolivars that are oh lets say about 5 1/8 by 42 in size?? :wink:

so what has you friend SP or BPT shared with you??

and welcome here

cj

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I believe they are fellow brothers on the Cigar Weekly board.Thanks for the welcome all, I am starting to feel all warm and fuzzy....Naw,   it's probally the rum. :raz:

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Greetings,

I extend a warm welcome to you... the more the merrier right?

Cheers


"Traveler, you who sail into the Caribbean in silvered yacht or gilded cruise ship, pause as you enter these waters to remember that deep below rest three men of honor who helped determine the history of this onetime Spanish Lake: Sir John Hawkins, builder of the English navy; Sir Francis Drake, conqueror of all known seas; Admiral Ledesma, stubborn enhancer of his king's prerogatives and the interests of his own strong family"

James A. Michener - Caribbean

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