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    Anyone here into cigars?

    Wondering if there are any Cigar Aficionados in the mix here at the forums.

    Getting into cigars again , and want to see setups (humidors etc) and what people enjoy here if any . I prefer medium cigars , robust and coronas , Montechristo is favorite brand .

    Anyone else here enjoys a good cigar on occasion ?

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    Me. I don't have a humidor set up though. Usually I'll just buy them when I want one.

    My favorite is probably Arturo Fuente. Short story is great for the price and quality. Every once in a while I'll splurge on a Fuente Fuente Opus X.

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    I am a huge cigar fan, i keep about 100+ in humidor at all times. I enjoy a darker/ full body cigar myself. I smoke about 4 a week when time allows.

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    not into cigars but i enjoy padron anniversary series.

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    Last Cigar was Cohiba Anniversary from a reliable source so that was a good smoke.

    Any Humidor recommendations?
    Arturo Fuente and Padron are both nice brands

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    Big fan, but I limit myself to only a couple a week, in the summer, or every now and then when in my shop.

    I tend to like anything with an easy draw and hints of coffee. I discovered a great place, locally, that hand rolls their own. Well, almost locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Big fan, but I limit myself to only a couple a week, in the summer, or every now and then when in my shop.

    I tend to like anything with an easy draw and hints of coffee. I discovered a great place, locally, that hand rolls their own. Well, almost locally.
    Have you tried My Father Cigar's Le Bijou 1922? It sounds like it will be right up your alley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnF View Post
    Have you tried My Father Cigar's Le Bijou 1922? It sounds like it will be right up your alley.
    Sounds really appealing! I find that a lot of cigars are kind of the opposite and start with a nice coffee/dark chocolate vibe, become a bit leathery in taste and finish as hot fire on the throat.

    Honestly, that very first puff on a Phillies Blunt (c'mon, we've all smoked them) is a thing of wonder. Too bad it last for one puff....

    Is anyone else a fan of Te Amo cigars? I think they're one of the better "casual round of golf" cigars out there, but they don't get a ton of love. I'm really interested in trying the Revolucion line, but cigar prices in Canada suck.

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    Primarily a Pipe Guy now, But I was heavy into Cigars back in the Early 90's. Gave up the premium smokes when the prices got insane!

    When Arnold & Danny deVitto got their Pictures on the Magazine cover's it was time to quit.

    Back then the stash included Hoyo de Monterray Sultan's; Excalibur # 2's ; A. F. Hemingway " Signatures "

    and Punch Grand Cru Diademas

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    I used to work at a cigar shop, I more or less collect rather than smoke.

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