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post #106 of 128
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Was just given this pack:



Bulgarian cigarettes...hm.

Planning a smoke with Winston Smith, perhaps?
post #107 of 128
I love the nick- name of Marlbourogh Lights, "slut butts"
post #108 of 128
Is there something more horrible than your favourite death stick provider being out of your cigarette of choice. I'm smoking Gauloises red (light) instead of my usual blue (regular) and hating it. Curse you light cigarettes and your awful lack of taste!!!
post #109 of 128
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Friend sent me a bunch of Sobranie Pinks which taste like crap though they do look good with my girly hands. Of all the slim cigarettes I've smoked, Esse Menthol is the best.
post #110 of 128


Filters are for pussies. I'm in flavour country.
post #111 of 128
I love my CAO Brazilia and Rocky Patel Cigars. A fine way to wind down an evening or enjoy an afternoon.
post #112 of 128
If you like the Rocky Patel Sungrown, check out the Factory 2nds and Factory Selects at Famous Smoke Shop if you haven't already. I've smoked a ton of them and find no difference between them and the 1sts other than appearance (very minor). Less than half the price and free shipping.
post #113 of 128
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Filters are for pussies. I'm in flavour country.

Smokers Rule # 48 - these are the only acceptable brand to roll up in the sleeve of your white t shirt.
post #114 of 128
To the cigar smokers, even though this is SF and most of us are successful in our vocations, I still have a hard time believeing that so many of you smoke Cubans, unless you're smoking fakes. There are simply not enough Cubans out there to smoke the real stuff all the time.

For someone who smokes cigars regularly, some of the recent favorites have been:

Diamond Crown Maximus No.1
Don Pepin Garcia - Black Label, Cuban Classic (as close to a Cuban as it gets)
Oliva - Series S
Gurkha - Master Select
post #115 of 128
you smoke Cubans regularly if your wife has a British passport. She can bring in up to one box for her personal use. Also, if you go to Canada, buy Cubans and take off the bands, who can tell where they came from?
post #116 of 128
Question for you cigar smokers.

What is a good High quality starter cigar? Something light and not overwhelming for those of us who dont smoke regularly but occasionally end up in situations where it would be nice to light up but not nice to be overpowered by too much nicotene/"taste".
post #117 of 128
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you smoke Cubans regularly if your wife has a British passport. She can bring in up to one box for her personal use. Also, if you go to Canada, buy Cubans and take off the bands, who can tell where they came from?
Sure. My comment was more of a general observation rather than being addressed to anyone in particular - too many people say the smoke Cubans, when close to 90% of those in USA are fakes. Even in England and Canada, I would make sure to buy them directly from the Case Del Habanos stores. There are too many enjoyable cigars other than Cubans.
post #118 of 128
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Originally Posted by redcaimen View Post
Question for you cigar smokers.

What is a good High quality starter cigar? Something light and not overwhelming for those of us who dont smoke regularly but occasionally end up in situations where it would be nice to light up but not nice to be overpowered by too much nicotene/"taste".
I seldom smoke light cigars, unless I am craving something light as a breakfast smoke. For something that has the required quality, price, and availability, check out Oliva - Series S (close to a medium smoke but very flavorful). Enjoy!
post #119 of 128
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I seldom smoke light cigars, unless I am craving something light as a breakfast smoke. For something that has the required quality, price, and availability, check out Oliva - Series S (close to a medium smoke but very flavorful). Enjoy!

Thanks, Ill check them out.
post #120 of 128
Has anyone read Richard Klein's (sic..?) Cigarettes are sublime. I want to but I am finding it very difficult to get hold of a copy.
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