Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby BLURR » Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:06 am

Not that it is a mainstream cigar...but had a chance to smoke a couple of cigars from Al Capone's Hideout. For being your normal everyday cigars...these babies sure did smoke a long time. I am heading over to the Cigar shop tonight to pick up some real goodies... :D
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby DiscZombie » Tue Sep 22, 2009 9:33 am

I love a aged maduro.... Macanudo is my everyday smoke
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby Swifty » Thu Sep 24, 2009 9:58 am

Drew Estate! Isle de Sol, Javas.
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby rooneytunes » Mon Dec 07, 2009 4:42 pm

la flor dominicana El Joco maduro

I'm not an everyday smoker, but my dad brought a box back from the factory in the Dominican and got me hooked. La flor has some of the best smokes in my opinion.
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby stoneman » Wed May 19, 2010 8:14 pm

Smoked a Backwoods Smoke the other day. Those are pretty high end, aren't they?


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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby koffee » Wed May 19, 2010 8:24 pm

I have been enjoying a few cigars from Drew Estates. I think my flavor of the month is Acid one at least for now.

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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby Solty » Thu May 20, 2010 3:28 pm

Just had a Perdomo Tierra Del Sol....A nice mild to medium maduro wrapped stick....and only 2-3 bux to boot!
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby bill » Thu Jul 15, 2010 8:00 am

i really like Fonseca cigars. they have a lot of flavor for a mild cigar.
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby Solty » Wed Jul 21, 2010 5:56 pm

I enjoyed the first 1/2 of a Rocky Patel Java Cigar(Maduro). Once I got thru the first 1/2....it became quite harsh and didn't enjoy the intense flavors. It was almost ~full bodies once i got 1/2.

Meh...

here's some info on it..
http://www.yumacigars.com/java-cigar.html
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby geoloseth » Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:07 pm

Just saw this thread on the forum. I was given a few cigars by a client of mine about 6 months ago and so I've gotten back into smoking cigars. I've tried the Ghurkha's but they just don't burn even and give off some very odd flavors. Hands down the best cigar that I've had in years is the CAO Mx2. depending on where you get them they're under $7 and they always burn nicely and have a full bodied and smoth draw. A couple others to note are the Padron 1964 Anniversary and the Fuente Fuente OpusX (both around $10).

No I want work to be over so I can go home and enjoy one. I think I have one Mx2 left.
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby Solty » Mon Jul 26, 2010 10:17 pm

geoloseth wrote:Just saw this thread on the forum. I was given a few cigars by a client of mine about 6 months ago and so I've gotten back into smoking cigars. I've tried the Ghurkha's but they just don't burn even and give off some very odd flavors. Hands down the best cigar that I've had in years is the CAO Mx2. depending on where you get them they're under $7 and they always burn nicely and have a full bodied and smoth draw. A couple others to note are the Padron 1964 Anniversary and the Fuente Fuente OpusX (both around $10).

No I want work to be over so I can go home and enjoy one. I think I have one Mx2 left.


i've picked up 2 CAO samplers and enjoy a CAO quite often. Their Blacks are delic!

i'm heading to the shore ..and my otterbox holds 4 churchills nicely...But this year i changed up and did an array of NUB cigars including a few of their new CAIN release. a nice full bodied cigar packed into a NUB!

and yes..Ghurkha's are hit or miss with me as well.....i stay away.

My usual go-to is a Perdomo Lot 23....
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby Solty » Tue Aug 03, 2010 7:02 pm

yet another cigar review by solty...

this time...a NUB 460 CAMEROON

this cigar is a medium bodies shorty that packs a long enjoyful smoke.

i managed to get a bout 80% thru the cigar before i finished cutting the grass...so this lil 4 in stogie lasted about 90 minutes. The smoke was a oily leather that maintained a consistent level of enjoyment from beginning to end.

from about 20 minutes in...till the end...i kept a nice cigar buzz which wasn't overwhelming. It really was an joyous smoke...and recommend to anyone who a) has the time to smoke one and b) enjoys a consistent medium-bodied cigar.

The price tag isn't economical but buying a few for some special occasions is recommended.

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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby jeremy » Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:44 am

I really like the NUB Cameroon, but I've had 5-6 Alec Bradley Family Blends here lately within the last 4mos, and they have become one of my fav's.

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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby walker » Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:11 pm

Currently got some Padron and Cohiba. Only the best. :D
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Re: Cigars - Who's Smoking What?

Postby jaydub803 » Fri Jan 07, 2011 7:37 pm

Non cubans I flock to:
-la gloria cubana wavell maduro
-la gloria serie r
-oliva "o"'s
-padron ann maduro 1964
-fuente chateau fuente
-fuente short story
-opus x fuente fuente
-opus x petit lancero

Cuban faves:
-Partagas serie d no.4 (knocks me on the ass like wacky tabaky too!)
-partages lusitania
-any other partagas
-montecristo no 2
-RyJ en cedros (tried 1 2 and 3)
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