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What's your favorite cigar?

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  1. Libra1310

    Libra1310 TS Member

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    What

    I just want to see what the favorite brands, favors, wrappers etc; are you most favorable of. I prefer a Connecticut wrapper with a mild-medium flavor with a lot of smoke.
    Perdomo champagne or the Alec Bradley america are my 2 favorites right now.
     
  2. rpeerless

    rpeerless Well-Known Member

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    An unlighted one. Kids take note.
     
  3. WoodsonEnt

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    Cohiba or Dunhill for special occasions. Punch for relaxing @ home and grilling.
     
  4. Bisi

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    Arturo Fuente Churchill in a maduro wrapper. Tried a lot of others but when it comes to a special occasion I always end up back with it.
     
  5. Libra1310

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    For really really special occasions I will get an Ashton or a davidoff. Few and far between though.
     
  6. CalvinMD

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    the one being smoked outside
     
  7. omgb

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    Those who don't like cigars are free not to join the discussion. You made your point. Further comments are just harping. Partagas Black Lable Robusto or a Jomeo Y Julietta Seri 4
     
  8. GaryMC

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    Opus X Robusto and Autero Fuente Xtra Viejo any size are my favorites. Short Story and Padron 1926 for a quick smoke. My dream would to have one more Don Carlos #3. Bisi, you and I have the same taste in cigars.
     
  9. ysr_racer

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    Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf !!



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  10. likes-to-shoot

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    Even looking at someone with a mouthful of chew is better than the stink of a cigar. By the way I even felt that way when I smoked cigarettes.

    On the other hand Cherry Blend pipe tobacco smells good!!
     
  11. LDAddi

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    Yeah, the "Lewinsky Special"....how 'bout that Bill, great cigar?

    Larry
     
  12. SL900LOADER

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    Partagas churhill maduro, @Bisi...now ive got to try your Arturo Fuente Churchill in a maduro wrapper sounds very similar and yummy!
     
  13. Bob Schultz

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    Opus X Super Belicoso...Not for the fainthearted! Lasts about an hour. Excellent draw, not too spicy. Hints of leather and cocoa. It's my New Years Day treat.

    Gurkha Wicked Indie Toro. A lighter Nicaraguan cigar which has cedar scent when unwrapped then rathe spicy when lit. No soft spots, excellent draw and not very expensive!

    Bob Schultz
     
  14. Trail

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    This isn't real impressive, but....

    I love Dutch Masters Presidents. My grandfather smoked them and they always remind me of him.
    I'm from Wisconsin, so there's nothing better than an old fashion and a cigar on the back deck on a summer night.

    Trail.
     
  15. shooterIII

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    Arturo Fuente, Don Carlos No. 2
     
  16. GBatch_25

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    Almost any Arturo Fuente.

    Gene in Illinois
     
  17. sixten38

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    Cain Daytona, the 60 ring toro is a delightful diversion for 90 minutes or so.
     
  18. Ahab

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    I gave up smoking cigars ... kept falling off the end of them!
     
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    People are actually still doing this?
     
  20. shannon391

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    Padron for an occasional smoke.

    Yes Price, people do all sorts of unhealthy things. Were all terminal... so shoot the targets, you have less time than you think !
     
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