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post #121 of 9933
A couple of smokes a day on weekends just to try things out and find out what I like. I'm really enjoying myself. It's an adventure of discovery.

Yeah, I'm probably hooked for life.
post #122 of 9933
Has been a real Habanos smoker since 7 years ago and with the passage of the time, has become a greater pleasure because of the knowledge and enjoyment of unforgettable moments with my family and friends in the Cuban Cigars Smokers Society.-

Now here at Florida, I get real Cuban cigars on the web or just placing an order by the phone, and this has been the completion to complete what gives me more pleasure.

Let me know and share with me please, your Knowledge and experiences bye now AL
post #123 of 9933
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Originally Posted by fcuknu View Post
http://www.puroexpress.com/Online%20...CategoryLink/2

shipping included, cheaper than canada, mexico, england

You will be hit with a huge tax/duty. Never shop in tax free zones from US or EU.
post #124 of 9933
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red View Post

Last night I had a RyJ Cazadores, which is now destined to be a favorite.

The Bolivar Belicoso Fino I had the night before was just too strong. It's a brand I might like better in a smaller vitola.


I am very, very surprised to hear this...I know smoking is quite the individual experience, but this just doesn't make sense to me. The RyJ Cazadores is arguably one of, if not the strongest cigar I have ever smoked in my life.
post #125 of 9933
anybody tried a petit robusto? or a petit edmundo? or a short churchill?

I saw these in a store today, and they stuck me as very interesting - basically 3-4 inch cigars, with 45+ ring guage. looks like a good thing for a shorter smoke.
post #126 of 9933
Have not tried those shroties myself but I would not hesitate. I'd guess they taste pretty good since they probably made of the same leaf as bigger brethrens.

For really sweet and mellow Cuban cigar at a ridiculously low price try Rafael Gonzales Panetelas Xtra.
They like coffee with cream. Take 40 minutes tops and easy to carry as they are thin.
post #127 of 9933
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
anybody tried a petit robusto? or a petit edmundo? or a short churchill?

I saw these in a store today, and they stuck me as very interesting - basically 3-4 inch cigars, with 45+ ring guage. looks like a good thing for a shorter smoke.

the petit robusto am not so much a fan of, but i smoke the other two on a regular basis, and you can't go wrong with them.
post #128 of 9933
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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
the petit robusto am not so much a fan of, but i smoke the other two on a regular basis, and you can't go wrong with them.

I saw the 3 for about $6 a stick in Dubai airport. I think I will get a box or two next time I go through
post #129 of 9933
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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
I am very, very surprised to hear this...I know smoking is quite the individual experience, but this just doesn't make sense to me. The RyJ Cazadores is arguably one of, if not the strongest cigar I have ever smoked in my life.

But the Cazadores is very smooth and tasty right to the last, while the Bolivar Belicoso is intense all the way and just too much strong smoke all at once. It may be the difference in ring gauge; the Cazadores gives you little sips, where the Belicoso gives you big gulps. A fairer comparison would be a Bolivar in a similar vitola to the Cazadores.

Last night, I had a Montecristo #2 and loved it. This and the H. Upmann #2 are really pleasurable, tasty smokes that I look forward to repeating.

This afternoon over espresso, I enjoyed a Ramon Allones Petit Club Corona. This and the Petit Punch are my favorite small smokes so far.
post #130 of 9933
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red View Post
Last night, I had a Montecristo #2 and loved it. This and the H. Upmann #2 are really pleasurable, tasty smokes that I look forward to repeating.

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the number 2 is my all time favorite
post #131 of 9933
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
anybody tried a petit robusto? or a petit edmundo? or a short churchill?

I saw these in a store today, and they stuck me as very interesting - basically 3-4 inch cigars, with 45+ ring guage. looks like a good thing for a shorter smoke.

The Hoyo De Monterrey Petit Robusto is pretty amazing, more medium bodied and burns surprisingly cool for such a short cigar.
post #132 of 9933
Wow. Just compared Finlands cigar prices to USAs prices. For Example Padron 3000 costs little more than 3 euros in Davidoff at Madison avenue. In Finland same cigar costs about 15 euros in Sikaritalo ( http://www.sikaritalo.fi/catalog/index.php ). There´s significant difference.
post #133 of 9933
I've been smoking a water pipe every night for the past few nights. honeslty, I am all smoked out for a few days. but I really enjoy a good water pipe.
post #134 of 9933
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I've been smoking a water pipe every night for the past few nights. honeslty, I am all smoked out for a few days. but I really enjoy a good water pipe.

Shisha definately provides a nice change of pace, what tobacco do you smoke?

I've always been mostly a Nakhla smoker since it's inexpensive and has is one of the few non-washed brands that I can find. Lately though, I've been finding it to be a bit bland.

Tangiers brand is outstanding but has to be ordered online.
post #135 of 9933
Been smoking a bit of Vegas Robaina lately and absolutely love them. Ramon Allones and Punch also. In my limited experience, these are the ones I find myself coming back to.
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