variant2:"all" is such a broad term.
timtom: variant2:"all" is such a broad term.???????
timtom:I don't get where everyone gets such a verities of flavors from, they all taste the same to me.
Bob Luken:Threads are threads and they all read the same to me.
I don't get where everyone gets different types of posts from, they all read the same to me.
timtom:Been trying, all still the same. My taste buds might be duds.
Cigars are cigars
timtom:I only have this conclusion to draw upon:
I claim here and now to be a novice only to search out new ideas on exactly how to discover new flavors, not because of lack of trying, I have actually smoked many a cigar, but the experience seems to be the same. I find that people, in general, are more prone to giving good and sound advice to a novice than to a long time smoker when a question arises as to taste.
Please forgive me of this transgression but I have been stumped on flavor for a while now and needed input and thought this, although deceptive, way was the best for gaining in the knowledge that many of you possess.
Enjoy your smokes with all the enthusiasm they deserve. I know I do when I smoke, which has become infrequently at best now, because I found that against popular thought, cigars seem to become bland as the taste buds become somewhat indifferent to various taste the longer a person smokes. The rest I have found to be just mind over matter wishful thinking. Too think a flavor into being is not to really perceive that particular taste in the first place, hence the finding of cigars to be few of true flavors turns over a new leaf of discussion.
timtom: I find that people, in general, are more prone to giving good and sound advice to a novice than to a long time smoker when a question arises as to taste.