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Holiday Customer Appreciation give-a-way. All orders placed between December 12, 2016 and December 31, 2016 will be entered into a drawing for a Whole Leaf Tobacco Gift Certificate. Prizes are as follows
1st Place $150 Gift Certificate
2nd Place $100 Gift Certificate
3rd Place $50 Gift Certificate
Drawing will be conducted using a random number generator which will select an order number. No limit on the number of entries. Pictures of the winning numbers will be posted on www.FairTradeTobacco.com at 6:00 pm January 1, 2017. Winners will also be notified via email. Winners will be issued a one-time use coupon code in the amount of their winnings to be used for future orders on WholeLeafTobacco.com. This promotion ends at 11:59:59 pm 12-31-16 Mountain Time.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Whole Leaf Tobacco LLC
 
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12 December 2016


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Holiday Customer Appreciation give-a-way results will be posted here at 6:00 tonight.
http://fairtradetobacco.com/threads/7134-Holiday-Customer-Appreciation-give-a-way?p=130347#post130347
If your order number is or between 9214 and 9473 you are in the drawing.
1st Place $150 Gift Certificate
2nd Place $100 Gift Certificate
3rd Place $50 Gift Certificate
Drawing will be conducted using a random number generator which will select an order number. No limit on the number of entries. Winners will also be notified via email. Winners will be issued a one-time use coupon code in the amount of their winnings to be used for future orders on WholeLeafTobacco.com.
 
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On the positive side, it did give me an excuse to replenish my corojo seco. Wunnerful stuff.
Now I just got to find a chance to roll. Have neither smoked nor rolled in over a week. I should go to a meeting and get a chip.
9323 - I wasn't that much closer then you. I forget if your a mata fina fan but, I do like to see that back though. corojo seco is nice. it took me a second to get on the piloto viso train but, like that a lot. sweeter then the seco. I think I remember you not being a fan of the seco?
.. and happy anniversary to you?
 

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9323 - I wasn't that much closer then you. I forget if your a mata fina fan but, I do like to see that back though. corojo seco is nice. it took me a second to get on the piloto viso train but, like that a lot. sweeter then the seco. I think I remember you not being a fan of the seco?
.. and happy anniversary to you?
Mata fina!? Dibs on all of it!

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Mata Fina & Piloto Cubano are the heart of the Uppowoc Mataloto. I'm sittin on three pounds mata and five pounds piloto right now... with several boxes rolled and aging.

I wonder what all you fellers keep in inventory?
Maybe I should start an inventory thread. I know I've got too much.

I reckon I've stashed away about 40 lbs against what I saw as an inevitable tobaccolypse. Now that a new bureaucratic regime promises less regulation, I spose I should start burning thru stash, rather than expanding it. That would take a heck of a long time. Even if it were not for problem number two:

Prob #2 is the fact I tended to stash a broader variety than I presently use. That's cause I was planning ahead for a changing palate. As a consequence, I have a couple pounds each of leaves which I don't regularly favor, but which I thought I ought to have for variety. I'm sure I'll burn thru and re-order stuff I like better now, such as corojo seco; and less thru stuff which seems good to my taste but not best, such as corojo viso; much less stuff which only finds occasional use, such as corojo ligero. Then there are complete outliers -- such as San Vicente. I can tell the San V must be good, and I do like cigars made with that leaf, but I haven't hit on a blend using it that I like. If I'd been buying just for present needs, without tobaccolypse in view, I would have stowed a far more streamlined stash. What I'm getting at is I reckon to whittle the less useful parts of the stash at a pitiful slow pace, while re-stocking the more useful parts. Putting those two together, the stash won't hardly shrink until the palate changes.

I spose the only answer to prob #2 would be, now that I have my 300+ cigar stash all rolled and aging, I need to start experimenting until I hit on a good blend using the B and C rated stuff.



well, I'm rambling off topic again, so I'll stop now...
 
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