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Ok, who indulges either during or immediately after. I'm moving towards indulging after training, and it may become a new addiction. Dang! LOL
 

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No cigars, but our training group indulges in a few beers and shop talk after a day of training. Every set up is replayed over and over as they talk about what each dog did. It's their cocktail hour+.

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Will you be taking a wee nip of the peaty scotch from your field flask as well? That's a habit I could see getting into...
Not from mine. Get your own flask. :razz: LOL
 

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Ok, who indulges either during or immediately after. I'm moving towards indulging after training, and it may become a new addiction. Dang! LOL
A fine Guhrka or Rocky Patel while training is all but a necessity!
A pull off the flask of Jack Daniels after is useful (for medicinal purposes)!!!


Just sayin'..........

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A fine Guhrka or Rocky Patel while training is all but a necessity!
A pull off the flask of Jack Daniels after is useful (for medicinal purposes)!!!


Just sayin'..........

RK
Haven't yet tried a Guhrka or Patel. Kinda liking Ava Maria lately. San Lotano Connecticuts are good too.

I'll keep trying all sorts and narrow down.

Too many options. LOL
 

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LOSTWY, you should be able to reply to this as, before, during and after. Brian what is it that you have lit most of the time? Now scotch and a good cigar would make for a great celebration, or just relaxing after a day of training. Our Tuesday group has a stogie and a couple of brews afterwards, but Saturday is all business.
 

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A cold brew and a nice Fuente robusto in natural. :mrgreen:
 

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LOSTWY, you should be able to reply to this as, before, during and after. Brian what is it that you have lit most of the time? Now scotch and a good cigar would make for a great celebration, or just relaxing after a day of training. Our Tuesday group has a stogie and a couple of brews afterwards, but Saturday is all business.
Mostly Churchill Honduran bundle from Famous or Thompson for they are a good value. H. Upman 1844 are one of my favorites.
 

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Been know to have rocky patel and of course some Jura or 40 creek.
 

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Not a smoker but I've heard it said the ones without writing on the package are the most fun. :roll:

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At our club, we prefer a 40 and a blunt. Just how we roll.
 

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Absolutey.

Phil,
We will have to train together. Cigar and Shock Top are a nice finish after training.
Jim, when I get a healthy dog I will. I have a few extra Baccarats lying around.
 

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Don't smoke after training but I camp out at almost every test or trial because I just love to camp out and after a successful day there is nothing like a good ribeye off the charcoal with a nice Pinot Noir followed by a Swisher Sweet ... JUST KIDDING! I quit smoking them when they dropped the natural leaf wrapper! ;-) I'm not too picky but like a mild cigar or a nice bowl of pipe tobacco. Just seems to go with sitting by a fire. Never smoke otherwise. Got started on cigars (Swisher Sweets) when I was a kid hunting squirrels, to keep skeeters out of my face.
 
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