Table 36 decided to have a little going away party for the 2 managing partners as they

headed to the 2013 IPCPR International Trade Show. Please be nice to them, they are

holding all Table 36 cigars hostage. Sure, you can buy all of them and I can pick up a new

hobby – I double dog dare you. But until I get that call, I’m going to try to empty my

humidor to restock it once they get back.

Flavor of the day goes to the Table 36 Integrity. If you haven’t tried this one yet, I don’t

know what you are waiting for. In my opinion, this cigar rocks! I don’t want to say

anything negative about smoking the same cigar for a full year, because it was a great year.

But the Integrity couldn’t be a better follow up cigar. I am very pleased with the final

product. Actually, I’m so excited that I might have just peed a little the first time I smoked

one.

So, it’s back to the party. Like most trips to the local cigar shop, this one has a great mix of

fellowship (see what I did there?), sarcasm, and insults. I take a seat in the back row to try

to hide from the trash talk. I grab one my go to drinks of the past, the Long Island Iced

Tea.

1 part vodka

1 part tequila

1 part rum

1 part gin

1 part triple sec

1 1/2 parts sweet and sour mix

1 splash Cola

First drink is so refreshing and takes me back to simpler times. You know, before wives and

kids and mortgages. This was my drink when I worked across the street, bartending. Now

I sit here enjoying the drink as a cigar mogul – no, cigar owner – not really, cigar wannabe

– yup! The LIT leaves a nice citrus flavor that mixes well with the stronger notes of the

Integrity. This is a little piece of heaven.

The conversation has turned to football predictions and fake fantasy football trades.

Actually, one moron just traded Adrian Petersen for Michael Vick, Mike Williams, and Jamaal

Charles. I guess you can’t fix stupid.

That’s it! I am clocking out of this conversation and going back to my Long Island Tea and

Table 36 Integrity.

Cheers!

Tommy Collins

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