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Cigars??

Discussion in 'Hobbies and Interests' started by reckless, May 31, 2014.

  1. reckless

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    Anyone a cigar nut like me???
    Tatuaje, My Father, Don Pepin Garcia, Arturo Fuente and most CC's as long as they arent airballs........ What you guys smoking?
     
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    I don't smoke them that often any more, but Arturo Fuente Maduros were my favorite. ID1 still gives me something new every now and then!
     
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    Guess I am just poor--Macanudo courts.About one a month.Doctor says that is just fine.:D
     
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    HAS to be with an alcoholic beverage. Love smoking them outside at night on a porch.
     
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    I enjoy a few of them, got me a small stash in the basement... Arturo Fuentes, Don Pepin Garcia, Diesels, Nubs, and a couple varieties of Gurkas....

    I enjoy a nice cigar with a strong coffee or a pairable beer. I'm excited about trying them with a good homebrew.
     
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    I'm not much of a cigar guy ,but I have smoked some it's a boy and some it's a girl :rofl: :lol:
     
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    nah... The ones I buy are maybe 1.50$ each
     
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    That's about like saying you had mexican becaus you went to taco bell!:D
     
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    Last post was for will.
     
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    When I was in Korea I bought some $20-30 Cuban cigars... Probably $100+ cigars in the US... At the time 2000 wan was $1.00 (now its around 1000 I believe)

    Anyhow, I was less than impressed. I'd rather of just had a few gas station flavored cigars.
     
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    cheap beer and cheap cigars.
     
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    Olivas, Toranos, Inch, or any nice maduro or maybe a candela. Oh ya , like stated before, a good Beer.:drunk:
     
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    I enjoy a cigar every so often last couple I had were Acid Blondies:smoke:I like the shorter ones as I usually dont have the patience to sit and smoke a big cigar.
     
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    I tried a "butera" cigar and was really impressed with them. But normally, and I mean just very recently, I have been buying samplers and/or bundles that include the humidors, cutter, lighter and a small selection of "cigars". I light one and just puff on it to keep it going and it sure helps with the bugs while I'm fishing from the dock at the cottage.
     
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    Where do you find sample packs like that? I would be interested in something like that, that comes with the humidor and everything.
     
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    Thompson cigar company from florida. They don't offer it on their regular website, but I'll post an example of what I'm talking about in a few.
     
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    The cottage huh? Haha.

    Sorry I guess inside joke but where I grew up we called it a camp or cabin and the well to do's called it a "cottage".
    Their "cottage" usually was nicer than most people houses. Roughing it meant no crystal dishes to serve the cat or something.
     
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    ID1 took me to his new local smoke shop last week and I picked up a few maduros to try. I got the Arturo Fuente box along with a couple "Exquisitos". Those were nice small cigars. Also picked up a couple others to check out. One of them was a multi sectional cigar with a "cocoa" flavored maduro end. Interesting ...................... ;)

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