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Congratz Jerry4996 & The Next Contest Is Started!

Posted on Monday, January 21, 2013 in World of CO

cogivewawayCongratz Jerry4996 & The Next Contest Is Started!

Jerry4996 get me your contact info and I’ll get your prize pack right out!

Now for the next contest and prize pack, this time generously supplied by, we have an awesome sampler of Thurman Thomas cigars, a coozie, cuter, hat, shirt, bottle opener and more!

To enter you must be 18 years of age or older and have a US mailing address. All you have to do is comment below with what your own cigar would be like if you could make it under your own name, then click the Like and/or Tweet buttons below and note which one you did! A random winner will be drawn in a week and I’ll start a new contest :)

Good luck guys!

  • GurkhaMan

    My cigar would be a 5×56 puro with a Nicaraguan claro (candela) wrapper, habano binder and a ligero filler. I’d like it to provide the sweetness of a claro wrapper but still have some of the nice zings and spices of a habano.
    FYI: I am seriously looking forward to the Alec Bradly: Filthy Hooligan. I love green cigars, what can I say?
    Liked and tweeted.

  • sduran10

    My cigar would be medium to full bodied stick. With hints o coco,leather,fine pepper and very creamy. I would name my cigar “el Mejor” (The best)
    i liked your page on facebook

  • William G.

    I liked on Facebook my cigar would be a full body Churchill stick with creamy sweet tobacco and a pepper kick at
    the end

  • LxArkitekt

    My cigar would be medium to full bodied. Deep coffee flavor with hints of cocoa and a slight earthyness. Smooth smoke and a loose draw.


  • cedric77020

    My cigar would have the wrapper from Ecuador, the Binder from Honduras, and the filler would be a Dominican, Nicaraguan, Honduran tobacco. The size would be 7 X 44. Also the type of cigar would be is a medium to full bodied; smooth, rich & complex with full rich flavors consisting of dark spice, black cherry, roasted coffee with a light dose of pepper. A well balanced cigar with a long full finish with a lingering sweetness. As a member of the craft I would name it “The Knights Templer”. Facebook Like

  • Markwz11

    My cigar would be a 7 x 48 Churchill Cameroon wrapped beauty rolled so perfectly that it would hold the full ash after smoking for 90 solid minutes. The medium bodied, full flavors would transition from Dark Bakers Chocolate to a Cinnamon/Vanilla with a final third finish of Sweet Creamy Espresso. Liked on Facebook.

  • Brian

    liked on facebook. My cigar would have spiciness, slight sweetness, coffee and cocoa. With a long zingy finish.

  • hckd2pieces

    Liked on FB. Medium to Full spicy smoke with coco and coffee the sticks to the back of your pallet. Probably 5X50.

  • primox1

    Middle to full body, zero strength. Smoke that will laugh at a forest fire. Complexity that would change every 1/8 of the cigar, with flavors of sweet cocoa, black coffee, nutmeg, medium-rare ribeye, and smoked ribs. I guess I’m pretty hungry right now. The smoke needs to be super smooth, thick, and creamy. You can smoke it as fast or as slow as your want, the cherry stays at a perfect heat level. And the ash never falls off. Comes in any size you want, and priced at 5 bucks for everyone to enjoy. FB liked.

  • LouieZmich


    If I were to make my own cigar I would make a mild cigar with a full body of flavor. It would be a longer cigar with a thin ring gauge, maybe 7 by 27. It would be rolled well making the smoke last well over an hour and have to be aged for 8 years before distributed.

    The cigar itself would give off a classic humidor/smoke shop smell, and have hints of coffee leather and wood tastes washing over your taste buds. There would be a lot of smoke output off the draw as-well as off the foot.

    The Cigar would retail at five bucks a stick making it enjoyable and affordable for everyone.

  • Smokin Butts

    I liked on facebook-

    My cigar would come in robusto or torpedo
    only and be natural or maduro.

    The flavor profile would be medium to full and medium body. Notes of cedar, chocolate,coffee, and nuts. Aroma would be very pleasent.

    The cigars would come packaged in nicely made cedar boxes that could be reused as humidors.