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post #7831 of 9983
What do you guys think of superiores?
post #7832 of 9983
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Originally Posted by Don Carlos View Post
By "heavy," do you mean strong (nicotine content), or do you mean full-bodied (flavor profile)?

The VI is strong. Very powerful stuff in that stick. The first one I smoked left me higher than a few bongs full of choice maryjane.

Full bodied. I have smoked the Siglo I through V, but no luck with the VI. Hopefully I don't wind up getting blasted when I finally do as I will be somewhere that I am unfamiliar with....
post #7833 of 9983
Had a small Cuban Montecristo last night.

Gotta say, even though I am a total newb, or much less of one now, cubans just blow everything else out of the water.
post #7834 of 9983
Ain't had no Superiores, forumspeak that I read was that out of the 2 months' production, one was pretty superior(e). Haven't browsed any of those places for weeks, sorry not much help.
post #7835 of 9983
All good I'm broke right now anyway.

If I like the ra alemania belicoso this weekend, you know a place that still has them in stock?
post #7836 of 9983
Today

post #7837 of 9983
Looking like my first ever three stick day. Here is stick #1 at a new lounge I found. Trying a new boutique Crown David Ex:

post #7838 of 9983
Alright, so my aunt gave me a quite difficult task of finding a box of cigars for a wedding. HOWEVER, she only wants to spend like 125, as most people will chomp on them for a bit then toss them. Any suggestions? I was thinking maybe some Brickhouse or some Padron (2k or 3k). Suggestions/links would be great. Thanks in advance.
post #7839 of 9983
^^ i was going to say brickhouse or padron for the $125 range. if you want to go the cuban route there are a lot of nice boxes in the $150 range.
post #7840 of 9983
i also enjoy these
http://www.cigarsinternational.com/p...m=CS-EPC&cat=3
post #7841 of 9983
Stick#2 Draw is tight...rrrr.

post #7842 of 9983
padron 3k, done
post #7843 of 9983
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
Great cigar, and pretty affordable, has a really nice spice to it and I swear I taste some graham cracker. Also if you decide to go the CC route, R&J and etc have some great tube cigars. I think that would be the best route, it would look nice and not a bad smoke as well.
post #7844 of 9983
98 upmann aromatico 2
post #7845 of 9983
first up
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