Thursday, November 26, 2009

Rafael Gonzalez panetelas extras

I've visited an uncle living in Asahikawa, Hokkaidou while I'd been traveling. My sister told me he sells cigars and cakes. His family used to be as a Japanese sweets shop at first, but Now, The uncle hiro also sells cigars and cakes.

I've bought some cigars from him recently. I've asked him to choose some for me. Because It would be nice, if the shop owner was one of my relatives. You know, he doesn't befool me and teaches me how to find nice cigars for oneself.

First of all, I've choose this cigar tonight, Rafael Gonzales panetelas extras. From now, I will note how I feel each cigars on Blog as my memo.

Before lightning
It's soft and moist be the touch.

It smelt sweets,
It's little hard to puff up. rolling it to little tight?

puffed one-third
I stung wire from the cigar end. It's easier to puff.
It tasted stronger and smelt as little sweet, herbal, pencil? and woody.

puffed half
I missed. I've burned it out. and light it up again. still hard to puff.
It's stronger.

the last
I've burned it out again.. I've cutted the ash and light it up again.
It came to strong taste, but It didn't smelt bad. more woody.
I've puffed it with sweetness sherry at the end.

After puffed
I liked the smell, but It would be nicer if it's easier to puff.

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