Southern Drawn Firethorn Robusto & Foundry Chillin' Moose Corona

Thoroughly enjoyed my first Southern Draw cigar. Lit up a Firethorn Robusto and was not disappointed. I look forward to trying Southern Draw smokes in the future. After imbibing a Goose Island Bourbon County Stout a some Old Weller Antique 107 Bourbon, I lit up a Foundry Chillin' Moose corona. Probably didn't matter what I smoked at this sobriety level!

Happy Fat Tuesday!

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Chilling Moose is a cigar with a great price point!

I agree with you, brother. I'll definitely purchase more in the future.

I'm working through a Crowned Heads Black Belt Buckle - really good cigar.  I'm excited to see what some age does to them.

I'll have to checkout the Black Belt Buckle. I've enjoyed  the Crowned Heads cigars (Four Kicks, Headley Grange, etc.). I have a few Jericho Hill OBS, 2 Headley Grange “Drumstick” LE2013, and some Las Calaveras – Edición Limitada 2014. 

I really like Huber's stuff.  The man put out a lot of limited releases last year!  Just about killed me tracking them down.

I agree.I've enjoyed everything I've tried from Crowned Heads, but I haven't been able to get all the limited editions.

The Southern Draw Kudzu was one of the best cigars I smoked all year (so far) and easily the best cigar I have ever smoked out of the AJ Fernandez factory! Yet to try the Firethorn or any of the Quick Draws...

I'll have to check out the Kudzu.

Fantastic smokes!



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