Re: JR Alternatives
On Dec 3, 9:53 am, AGCIAS <AGC...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
The quality varies -- that is a lot
of what you pay for in more expensive smokes -- but, to me, at $1.25-
$1.75 a stick they are worth it. Now, with hints I've dropped,
Christmas may bring a LARGE number of Alts I've never had before.
With luck, I'll find something to add to the rotation.
And, no, they are nothing like the cigar they are "alternative" to.
“You’re Scottish; fry something.” -- Dr. Who- Hide quoted text -
I generally agree AG. I thought they hit my tasties bigtime with the
initial Maria Mancini line, but that line just petered out in the
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