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post #19 of 30

I like the Romeo Y Julieta HAVOC Fat Churchill Habano.    I have to admit though, I also like Dutch Masters Corona Deluxe.  As a kid growing up, that is what my Great-Grandfather smoked.   Maybe it's the nostalgia of them but I honestly like them, even though they are cheap..

post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by cipher View Post

I don't drink or smoke, but I don't mind the smell of cigar smoke. I play with a guy from time to time who does. He is always trying to get me to start. I tell him that maybe when I am 70 I will. :)
Good for you! I'm starting to lean that way as well lately too. I do drink occasionally, but get basically nothing out of it, so I'd just as soon stick to iced tea or diet soda. ;)

Anyway, on topic ... Somehow I've made it to 40 years old and have never once smoked a cigar. I don't even know how!

However, like Cipher, I do like the smell of them so I don't particularly mind at all when others smoke them near me. :)
post #21 of 30

Still a little new here.  Hope there's no issue reviving a thread that has been dormant for a few months.

 

I enjoy a cigar on the golf course.  I'm not an every day smoker and wouldn't smoke cigarettes if you paid me to.  Just don't like the taste or smell.

 

My go to cigars are:

 

Drew Estate Undercrown

Arturo Fuente Hemingway Signature

Natrual by Drew Estate

 

I smoke 2-3 cigars per week with 1-2 of them coming on the golf course and the other coming on the balcony of my apartment with a glass of Maker's Mark on the rocks.

post #22 of 30
Partagas Serie D No. 4
post #23 of 30

My go to cigar is Arturo Fuente Hemingway... never lets me down.

 

When I need a little variety, I go to the drew estates tabak dark roast maduro. 

 

great thread  btw...

post #24 of 30
Forgot all about this thread, thanks for bumping it, divot Dave.

Have had two new cigars (new to me) that I really enjoyed since the last time I posted:

-Gurkha 125 Anniversary
-H. Upmann Original

Pretty different, but really enjoyed both.
post #25 of 30
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Rocky Patel Decade Torpedo

 

 

 

Really like these too, but far and away may favorite stick of all time is Man-O-War Puro Authentico Maduro.

 

God Bless!!! Ray

post #26 of 30

I'm no cigar expert, but I certainly enjoy a good cigar when golfing (or any time, really). The last one I smoked was a CAO LX2 and it was quite tasty. They are great for keeping gnats away, too!

post #27 of 30
Cohiba
Monte cristo and
Padron 1964 anniversary

Recently tried Dunhill Aged - not as good as the three above.
post #28 of 30
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Padron 1964 anniversary

 

I had a Padron '64 maduro on my birthday a few days ago.

It was the first I'd had and it was great.

post #29 of 30
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Originally Posted by Cool Breeze View Post
 

 

I had a Padron '64 maduro on my birthday a few days ago.

It was the first I'd had and it was great.

 

Nice, That's by far my favorite cigar especially in the torpedo.  When golfing  I go for a nice Padron 3000 or 6000 relatively cheap stick at 6-7 bucks.


 

post #30 of 30

My favorite, Romeo y Julieta, they are not too strong.

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