Cigar Smokers

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  1. DR. HOUSE

    DR. HOUSE Everybody Lies

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    Anyone know of any awesome cigars?

    I like sooth tasting cigars with good flavor.

    heres a few ive been wanting to try.




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    Acid-Kuba Kuba by Drew Estate. I would try anything in the Acid line.
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    TABAK ESPECIAL ROBUSTO MADURO COFFEE by Drew Estate
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    Cohiba Black
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    Coa LX2

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    Havana Honey's
     
  2. ranger88

    ranger88 CLM

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    I've always loved anything in the Cohiba line as well as a good CAO. Those two brands make up most of my little collection. Long ashes to you good sir!!!
     

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    KC Slim

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    I really really like the Arturo fuente cuban coronas. Nice smooth smoke that does not take all day to finish. I think it also might be worth it to try the brand el rey del mundo. Good luck.
     
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    A lot of cigar purists will ostracize you for liking Acid cigars..me, I LOVE the Acid Blondie...
     
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    deadday

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    Try the AF Curly Heads....great, quick, cheap smoke!
     
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    skanless IPA ISLAND

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    I'm kinda new into the game so my taste might not be with the more experienced of cigar smokers. For me right now i enjoy Punch Rare Corojo.
     
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    CigarGuy

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    That's quite an eclectic selection there from flavoured to Drew Estates to straight tobacco. I'm not a big CAO fan, but really like the taste AND price of the new La Travieta(sp)
     
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    freespirit34 BMFTSY

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    Cohibas are great cigars. I love the acid blondies and the java brand (I think it is put out by Drew Estates also). Opus X is good, but pricey. Google up Thompson cigar co. They usually have some pretty good deals on known and not so known brands.
     
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    Steel Head Tactical Cat

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    Macanudo Robusto's
    Rocky Patel vintage 1990's
    Puros Indios #3 Maduro's
    Perdomo Golf's and Lot 23's
    Olivia O's & G's
    R & J Bullys
    Torano 1916's

    This is some my mellow/smooth list
     
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    If you like flavored cigars, the ones from Drew Estates are the way to go. I like everything I've tried in the Acid line. The Tabak Especial replaced the Kahlua line Drew Estates had before Kahlua wouldn't renew the licensing deal. Tabak Especial is very close to the Kahlua's, but I like the Kahlua's better. Either of these are great if you like flavored infused cigars. The more traditionalists do not. I do not know what type of cigars you like or if you have tried any of the flavored ones or not.... Just my 2 cents worth.

    I have not had Cohiba black. The Cohiba's I have tried, I really liked. Don't know if they are worth the premium you may have to pay for them, but they are very good..

    I have not tried the CAO LX2. I have enjoyed most of the CAO's I have tried and am wanting to try the Soprano line, but have not yet... I know of several people that do like the CAO LX2...

    Havana Honey's are one of my favorite budget priced cigars. I like the flavor and the way they smoke.
     
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    You might want to try the CAO MX2. I found it was much smoother than the LX2.
     
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    CTfam DREAM BIG.

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    Montecristos are my go to. But I do enjoy the CAO Cx2 on occasion. Kuba Kubas are good too.

    Also check out Rocky Patel Connecticut. Good mild smoke.

    My stash is currently Montecristo, Macanudo, CAO Gold. Nothing crazy. I'm new to the game as well.
     
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    nikerret Mr. Awesome

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    Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
     
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    Personally, I like the Nub brand. They are short and fat and meant to deliver a whole cigar's worth of "the sweet spot."
     
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    Acid KUBA KUBA are my favorite.
     
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    DR. HOUSE Everybody Lies

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    you are correct, I had one years ago and I cant remember if i liked it or not. Guess Ill have to try it again. I remember it because of its wafer shape.
     
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    DR. HOUSE Everybody Lies

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    Thanks, Ill keep that in mind.
     
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    ateamer NRA4EVR

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    Arturo Fuente Hemingway series. The Short Story is great for when you want a quick smoke. I wish I could afford to smoke Hemingways all the time.
     
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    If you get any of the Acid line keep them in their own humidor. They will flavor everything in the humidor.
     
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    They make the Java in a wafer shape as well as several in the Acid line. I enjoy those when I don't have the time for a full cigar smoke...


    ETA:, I would also recommend that if you haven't you check out www.Cigar.com. They are a great company to deal with, have great prices, ship quickly, have great samplers and variety packs, and allow you purchase cigars in boxes or by the single stick... They have a daily cigar deal at well below MSR if you want to try something new... That website is www.dailycigardeal.com
     
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