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post #16 of 22
Conch Republic Cigar Factory...they make a pretty good smoke and they're hard to find outside of Florida...otherwise, wouldn't a better gift be something unique to his trip.
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post #17 of 22
here is my thing - cigars are kinda like fine wine. If you dont know what your drinking/smoking and dont smoke enough to be able to answer that question on your own, you wont appreicate a good cigar as you wont have anything to compare it to. Personally, I keep Helix cigars on hand for my friends who dont know what the difference. They are good quality, and if they 'learn' they will appreciate it. Plus it comes in a nice tube/wrapper and smokes nice.

Just like wine there are a so many different 'levels' of cigar 'quality', so based on the range, there are a ton of options.
post #18 of 22
Had a Cohiba double corona last night. I can still kind of taste/smell it now.
post #19 of 22
I do really agree that the cigar which made in Cuba would be the best!!
post #20 of 22
Zino's anyone?
post #21 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by jgold47 View Post

here is my thing - cigars are kinda like fine wine. If you dont know what your drinking/smoking and dont smoke enough to be able to answer that question on your own, you wont appreicate a good cigar as you wont have anything to compare it to. Personally, I keep Helix cigars on hand for my friends who dont know what the difference. They are good quality, and if they 'learn' they will appreciate it. Plus it comes in a nice tube/wrapper and smokes nice.


Just like wine there are a so many different 'levels' of cigar 'quality', so based on the range, there are a ton of options.

So would you recomend Helix cigars for someone trying to start the cigar journey?
So far o got that i should look for a mild cigar.
I would love to know other opinions and suggestions.
post #22 of 22

agree.They'll give you tips for your first cigar based on what you're looking for and what flavors you already like. Any good cigar shop should be able to do the same.

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