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Favorite Cigar?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Bisi, Feb 9, 2013.

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  1. Bisi

    Bisi TS Member

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    I see the other threads on favorite bourbon, gin, tequila, etc. We may as well have one on favorite cigar.

    So what's yours? I guess my favorite - the one I come back to the most is the Fuente Churchill in a maduro wrapper. I don't smoke many anymore, in fact the last one I had was New Years Day. I've got an empty box with the price tag still on it. $37.50 a box. That was many years ago, now a box will run you a $130.

    Still nothing finer than a fine cigar.
     
  2. illiniphil

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    Rocky Patel Vintage 1990. I agree with you....nothing finer than a fine cigar.
     
  3. Jerseyshooter

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    Legal...Ashton Illegal...Bolivar
     
  4. Anchorsteam

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    F.D. Graves, Munimaker Medium wrapper, machine made or Montecristo #2 Havana (Cubano)
     
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    Nothing finer than a fine cigar...EXCEPT... a fine cigar with a fine sour mash (straight)!

    milt
     
  6. k-gunguy

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    Alex Bradley American Classic
     
  7. Steve Marengo

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    Aging Room is a very good smoke.
     
  8. 4th. down

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    Keeping prices moderate, hard to beat a Rocky Patel Edge Habenero <$5, especially with a newly found bourbon - Buffalo Trace.
     
  9. ysr_racer

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    Anything from Casa Fernández, but the Casa Fernandez Miami is great.


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  10. larrystrollo

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    Padron 1964 Anniversary and Fuente Hemingways are my go-tos. I used to spend a lot of time searching and trying, but have settled on those two pretty much exclusively, with an occasional Montecristo or Ashton thrown in for good measure. My sons and I have contemplated many of life's issues while sharing a cigar and a nice drink (Port, Scotch, or just a cold beer). Some of my best memories, and I hope theirs too.
     
  11. chiefjon

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    I have smoked a few over the years. Used to have a local who would make a 6x60 and put a bit of pipe tobacco in it as he rolled them. Smooth, easy draw and great "nose". Thompson had a "La Bamba" Dominician that I really enjoyed. They don't carry them any more. A La Gloria Cubana torpedo is always a nice diversion.

    JON
     
  12. cnsane

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    Any of the Fuente Hemmingway series, followed by Padron maduros and R&J Reserva Reals. Canadian cigars are worth the drive until Castro has the good sense to croak and end that pos Kennedy's embargo.
     
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    Miami Padilla........ Rocky Patel Maduros.........
     
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    Forget about your favorite cigar, how about you Favorite Cigar Bar?

    Smoke Inn Delray Beach (FL) pictures and review

    What can I say, So FL has the best cigar lounges !!

    I was in DB last night, and stopped in for a smoke. They've only owned this place for a short while, but it's already shaping up.


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  15. cubancigar2000

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    as you may be able to tell from my handle, I have smoked a lot of cigars mostly cubans. I have not smoked in about 5 years but still have a large cabinet electrically controlled with a few hundred cubans in it ( well aged LOL) However my favorite is the Nicaurgan Padron Anniversario 1964. Nothing even comes close. The exclusivo or Diploamtico are the two favorites of the Padron series. Of course a good scotch or Bourban straight up to go with
     
  16. shannon391

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    Padron !
     
  17. shot410ga

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    After 40 years of puffing on cigars every day of my life, I quit 3 years ago. Best thing I ever did for myself. And according to my wife, I don't stink anymore. Indian word for Stinky Weed "Tobacco."
     
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    Drew Estate -- Acid -- Cold Fusion Tea...or the Kuba Kuba...Tim Hall
     
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    Arturo Fuente, Don Carlos No. 2
     
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    THALL,

    Your smoking perfumed oils.
     
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