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I was just wondering if there are any cigar smokers on here and what there favorite brands of cigars are. Two of my favorite brands are Cohiba and Helix. Both of them are very smooth and have a great taste and smell to them. Cohiba's are kind of expensive (or at least they are to me) the cheapest in my area is $10.50, the Helix's are less expensive and are very good smokes for the price, $4.20 for the cheapest in my area. Just thought I would start a thread that all of us cigar smokers could discuss our favorite brands and also some favorite places to smoke cigars. Also, I like to take my PowerBook out on my deck and smoke a cigar, I like to sit out their and read these forums and browse the internet and listen to music, its very relaxing.
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Heh the funny thing is I no Idea what the name of the cigar I smoke is. I can tell you what shelf it is on at the shop .

The last couple cigars I've smoked have been "Romeo and Juliets". Those cigars have quite a kick to them, go very slow if you get your mitts on one of them.

I like to smoke them outside as well. Under the stars at night is best when it's just you and your cigar and nobody is bugging you about anything or anyone. I love it!
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not really a cigar smoker but some Havana Half Coronas came into my possession so i think ill part take in one of those even though i might not really appriciate it



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I had the pleasure of visiting Europe a few years back on business. I found that I have a preference for Cuban Romeo Y Juliettas. I was in a position where I was able to bring several boxes back without having to go through customs. :ninja: Needless to say, I almost strictly smoke these when I do smoke cigars.


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Cubans, just because they are illegal. Otherwise would just be average. :black:
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The first time that I smoked a Cuban I had one **** of a buzz that I had to lay down, it was insane.
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hey


i like cafe cremes by henri winterman

regards :spook:
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I had the pleasure of visiting Europe a few years back on business. I found that I have a preference for Cuban Romeo Y Juliettas. I was in a position where I was able to bring several boxes back without having to go through customs. :ninja: Needless to say, I almost strictly smoke these when I do smoke cigars.
Do you find them strong compared to cubans/other cubans (can't remember)? They just about knock me out everytime I get near them.
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One of the things I liked about the Romeo Y Julietas was their smoothness and good taste. Didn't find them strong at all. Very smoooooooth....


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im looking farward to crackin open the cubans later on after the comments



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mmmm Just finished a cigar not 15 mins ago

This time I had a Hupmann, but I looked at the name of my "favorite" while I was at the store and it was a montecristo.
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MMMM, Yes Monticristos. I got some of those (Cuban) while in Europe as well. Not as smooth as the Romeo Y Juliettas, but close.


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Reviving an old thread...

Recently got given some Montecristo Sublimes (Limited Edition 2008), just smoked one and I have to say it was a very smooth cigar, strong but smooth. They have been aged for 2-years.

Normally, not that smoke cigars very often, but when I do I tend to buy a tin of Cafe Creme - blues.
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Im really a fan of "the edge" its only $7 or $8. Also I love Arturo Fuentes.
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You wicked naughty boy!

It will stunt your growth!!
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