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Old 09-11-2005, 06:33 PM   #1
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Who here smokes cigars? No cigarettes, just cigar talk. What are your favorites, cheap and expensive? Where do you buy them from? I just got into the occasional cigar and so far I've only tried a bunch of cheap convience store cigars, but BackWoods are my favorite. I am going to order a sampler offline of nicer cigars to see what I like.
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Black n milds

or a good old Philly blunt
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Macanudo'* (sp?).... and the ultra classy Bag O' Backwoods
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Black n milds

or a good old Philly blunt
Philly coconut are amazing
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i like padron, CAO, monte cristo, and the occasional black & mild
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I like Swisher Sweets. They taste good and are cheap!

I also like the Sweet Vanilla Blunts. Even cheaper. A true cigar...no tips and have a nice, thick smoke. Can get 25 for $9.99 at Rite Aid in Grand Blanc!

I like sweet cigars. I tried the Black and Milds and they didn't do much for me.

It'* all about what relaxes you.
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Monte Cristo'* are real good.

Ashton'* are great if you have the cash.

JR Cigars out of NC has some excellent knock offs, they even have a web site. I believe they are all factory rejects due to off color wrapper, so they are the real thing, just not as pretty.
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davidoff, ashton, acid are all awsome
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Monte crisco'* are ok for everyday but for special occasions a Romeo and Juliet half corona or Cohiba full corona are the way to go.
Of course I rarely smoke cigars and was thinking of getting one while here in Montreal.
Foghorn was telling me to shop around because the Cohiba'* I saw today were $65 each plus 14% tax
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Monte crisco'* are ok for everyday but for special occasions a Romeo and Juliet half corona or Cohiba full corona are the way to go.
Of course I rarely smoke cigars and was thinking of getting one while here in Montreal.
Foghorn was telling me to shop around because the Cohiba'* I saw today were $65 each plus 14% tax

for 65$ i better get blowed
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