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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-21-2005, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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What's your cigar?

And don't say Monica Lewinsky's...

Well all know that only pansy's smoke cigarettes. Real men smoke cigars. Buddy of mine gave me a whole assortment. Used to be more into them but just haven't had the time as much to have a good cigar.

My favorite is the Davidoff.

Also like Punch, Montecristos, and Romeo + Juliette.
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-21-2005, 05:50 PM
 
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Backwoods (Sweet and Aromatic)
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Montecristos, and Romeo + Juliette.
+1

and Acid Kuba Kuba are my new fav.

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Black and Mild or Swisher wood tip most of the time.

Arturo Fuente 8-5-8 when I feel like dropping a little more coin.
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Montecristos, and Romeo + Juliette.
+2

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Cohiba Red Dot, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta

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Aroma d Cuba pyramids

or is it

Aroma d'Cuba

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Cohiba
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Cojimar - I like vanilla sugar tips
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cohiba when you can get it

la primera when I cant.
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Cohiba Red Dot
ahh yes.. forgot about those..

+1

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If you like them strong and flavorful try a Romeo y Julieta Maduro....my favorite. I also like Ashton but they are a little pricey.
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I enjoy a nice Hoya De Monterrey to relax and drink.

If i am working i prefer to have a Punch.

When bowling i like a Macanudo Portofino.

When a special occasion like a Bears Victory occurs i will have a Hawaiian Kona.

For traveling i do enjoy the Backwoods Mild.

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post #17 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-22-2005, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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Yea, Cohiba's are nice too.

What's Backwoods...don't think I've heard of that one?
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What's Backwoods...don't think I've heard of that one?

VERY expensive................


oh yeah, +1 on the Cohiba

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More like 20mm
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I'm a simple cigar guy: Romeo and Juliet Churchhill
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Best cigar I've had is a Philipino brand that's almost embarassing to buy... but very smooth, mild and all around great cigar. Unfortunately, the brand name is Fighting Cock. (has a rooster on the wrapper).

Beyond that, I prefer aged Punch or Cohiba... from Cuba, not DR. They roll them too sloppy in DR.
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Peach white owl... no tobacco please.
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I like the La Gloria Cubana Petites for an everyday smoke but once in a while I like Fuente churchills and Peterson Coronas. My optometrist used to give me cigars all the time and we came to the conclusion that red dot cohibas were way overpriced for what it is. If you get a chance.. try a Padron as well. Great cigar for great price.
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Macanudo Presidental with the Maduro wrap

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in the breif period that I would smoke cigars I liked Avos and Ashtons. Now they make me ill.

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post #27 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-22-2005, 08:06 PM
 
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This thread has gotten me in the mood to go out and smoke lately... I wonder why... In my smoking heyday my personal favorites were Onyx cigars. I liked Punch's a lot but they usually gave me a killer headache if I smoked more than half of them.

Anyone ever tried an Opus X? I've heard enough stories about them to want to check one out, but the closest shop that can sell them is in Libertyville and I'm almost never up there.

On a sidenote, anyone ever get into hookah bars? I've been to a couple different ones downtown and I have to say I love the atmosphere.
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