The 12 Spectacular Days of Cigar Giveaways train keeps a’rollin today, it’s day 9 and there’s light at the end of the tunnel. You all know that these contests run just about 24 hours, so there’s just about no “too late”. I close the comments right before I write the next day’s post, around 6:30am. And Ted, as much as I’d love to see everyone win, just handling 12 Days is plenty. We’re getting well over 100 entries a day, four months of contests would leave me dead, divorced, jobless and insane, in that order. I’ll have to ask that you be happy with 12 days right now! On with the show! The random number generator spit out the number 107, which is ironic I guess. It would have been awkward if that number had come up a day earlier. I arrived at the name Mike McDonald as the 107th comment. Congrats and send me your address so I can get this shipped to you. Thank you Courtney and Bill at La Palina Cigars for providing this wonderful box. They promise a load of new projects next year, so stay tuned! The fun continues with another spectacular offering from our friends at Miami Cigar and Co.:
Under the tree today is a box of Casa Miranda Chapter Two Toros from Miami Cigar and Co. These cigars are made at the My Father Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua under the watchful supervision of Don Pepin Garcia. The blend consists of filler tobaccos from Brazil, Dominican Republic and Nicaragua wrapped in dark Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper. These Toros are 5½ x 54 and come 15 to a box. These look really good, I’m looking forward to smoking one one of these days (these ship direct from Miami Cigar and Co., so I won’t be able to pilfer any!)
Thanks again to Barry Stein at Miami Cigar and Company once again for providing this fine gift, and for his support over the years. Good luck! Let the comments begin!
Here’s how you enter: leave a comment. That’s it, plain and simple. Tweets don’t count, but feel free to spread the word, only comments on this page count as an entry. Each day there will be a different prize and the winner will be drawn from that day’s comments. The winner will be announced on the next day’s post. The contest is open to everyone, even if you’ve won one of my contests in the past six months, but once you’ve won, you are ineligible to win again in this series of contests. All prizes will be mailed as soon as I get a chance to go to the post office, or whenever the sponsor decides to ship, whichever is the case, so don’t make me chase down your address! If you won, please e-mail your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible! That’s it, leave a comment to enter and good luck. Check back tomorrow to see if you won and enter tomorrow’s contest!