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  1. IMG_4298.MOV My favorite bite of beef was a piece of lightly seared wagyu nigiri. Melt in your mouth beef flavor explosion. It was the highlight of one of the most expensive omakase meals I’ve ever had but would definitely spring for it again! IMG_4298.MOV
  2. You should buy no more than one drawer, and one shelf. I started with a 28-bottle and went with three shelves and theee drawers. Quickly learned the drawers take up precious space. I bought an identical 28-bottle from Craigslist just so I could use the shelves and drawers. So now I have one with 2 drawers for singles and one shelf, and the other has 2 shelves. Also have two coolers, but the extra drawer sits unused. Heres a pic of the two-shelf one from a few years ago. You get good at Tetris...
  3. I think you’re thinking Boubon? They are half a block from Jack Rose and have a cigar friendly rooftop.
  4. Shelly’s is ok. Decent food. If you like whisk(e)y Jack Rose is a must go. It is a Mecca of the water of life. Also cigar friendly on the top floor. Serves food too but I’ve never had.
  5. GTS at $800/bottle ??! I’ve got a few I’d love to unload at that price lol. Noah’s Mill is the dark horse on that list. One of my fav’s and a bargain consider the pricing.
  6. I like them dark for aging, and light for smoking now. Both from TOS
  7. PL Pantelas for those with little to no experience. They get to smoke a mild Cuban with the classic twang and it doesn’t bother me if they pitch it after 2 puffs. More experienced smokers get what I’m smoking or their pick of regular production.
  8. Option A: Solo weekend jaunt to Cuba to stock up, soak in, and indulge. Option B: Golf, poker, steaks, whisk(e)y, repeat. All of which are excellent cigar activities.

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