Cigars

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  1. ama

    ama Senior member

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    My B&M just got these and Guapos RX in. Both are great values in my opinion.
     


  2. Gewehr

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    What would be the cheapest "good" cigar price rangE?
     


  3. ama

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    Depends what you like and where you are (i.e. US, not US, high tax state, low tax state, etc.). Where I live if I were to go into a store and grab a cigar off the shelf, the cheapest cigar I would smoke is around $6. That would get me a Brickhouse or La Traviata. If you are buying them online they will be cheaper.
     


  4. ama

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    [​IMG] Following the lead on bduce's recent Fuente kick, I decided to join in. Don Carlos no. 2 Great Cameroon wrapper on this stick. Lots of sweetness and spice on this stick, leather too. Burned well and held on to ash. A really lovely cigar, would smoke again.
     


  5. jerrybrowne

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    [​IMG]

    Following the lead on bduce's recent Fuente kick, I decided to join in.

    Don Carlos no. 2

    Great Cameroon wrapper on this stick. Lots of sweetness and spice on this stick, leather too. Burned well and held on to ash. A really lovely cigar, would smoke again.


    That's one of my favorite smokes...... Just picked up a stash of anejo #50 and 49s. Nice after dinner smoke.
     


  6. ama

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    That's one of my favorite smokes...... Just picked up a stash of anejo #50 and 49s. Nice after dinner smoke.

    [​IMG] A well aged 50 might be my favorite cigar.
     


  7. jet

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    Too cold to smoke in socal, high 60s lately wtf is up.
     


  8. jerrybrowne

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    My local store has a couple of boxes of all sizes of anejos beside the sharks at MSRP. They do internet sales so PM if you're interested.


    [​IMG] A well aged 50 might be my favorite cigar.
     


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    I enjoyed a Partagas Spanish Rosado in Burbank last night. It was cold as a witch's teat outside.
     


  10. jerrybrowne

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    I enjoyed a Partagas Spanish Rosado in Burbank last night. It was cold as a witch's teat outside.

    i love those. The last box had some serious pull issues though. Have they fixed it?
     


  11. ama

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    Too cold to smoke in socal, high 60s lately wtf is up.

    That's a joke, right? Sounds perfect to me!
     


  12. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Hahaa I'm not joking this time, it actually sounds fine but it's been in the 70s-80s up until a week ago but the past week's 60s cools down quickly to 50s so when you're dressed for summer it can seem quite cold especially when you're drinking lemonade. I'm kind of angry about it actually it's warm everywhere else except here. It's going to be like this until wednesday and then who knows, needs to warm up so we can bbq sunday.
     


  13. ama

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    It was something like 95 and humid here. [​IMG] [​IMG] I'll take high 60s anytime.
     


  14. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    ^you can keep your humidity, dry here that's why the cold feels colder as well
     


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    Smoked a Patel Brothers torpedo last night by the firepit of the hotel I am staying at. Paired with a Knob Creek rocks, I must say this is one fine torpedo. I still prefer the robusto though, which I find to have more of an earthiness to it.
     


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