Cigars?

Re: Cigars?

PostBy: CoalJockey On: Fri Dec 19, 2008 10:06 pm

What the heck! :x

I didnt see one single vote for my all time favorite cheap dog crapper of 'em all....... Swisher Sweets????? :lol:
Man they are smooooth with a good cup of coffe at about 4:30 AM :punk:

Man them wood tips are nice too.... probably my favorite..... followed by the cigarillos

Yea I know.... maybe Im a cheap ass.... but when Im all out I pick up a few at any gas station or store along the way. The little cigars are nice too..... for a quick smoke when your in a hurry. Guess I prefer the convenience factor.

Usually good for at least one a day..... two or three is a luxury. Sometimes like to go out to the shed about 9:00 pm or so and light up.....sit on a bar stool and open the stoker door and watch.... its very good entertainment for a good smoke :verycool:

Also smoking gives me something to do on the can besides read magazines :lol:

Never liked cigarettes.... and I tried taking up pipe smoking one time but was kind of dissappointed. Just didnt work out for me I guess. I think Ill stick with the dog turds.

Ill smoke any cigar that comes down the line.... just prefer the cheap'os though.... Swishers, Phillies, and El Productos.
Erik makes a good tasting cigar but I cant find them locally.

No matter what your fancy.... by all means.... SMOKE ON! :smoke:

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Re: Cigars?

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Sat Dec 20, 2008 12:49 am

I like the more robust cigars.
Rocky Patel, Cohiba, Olivia but most of all the Padron Aniversary Series.
Picked up a few boxes of these Olivia Serie V.
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Re: Cigars?

PostBy: Mastiffman On: Sat Dec 20, 2008 4:29 am

My normal smoke is a H. Uppman, either what they call a Churchill or a Robusto. For me both are about a 45 minute smoke.

I found some Fuentes I really liked, but didn't keep a band and I haven't had luck finding the same ones again! - doh! My wife thinks the box said "Reserve" on it, so I might be out of luck.

Basically I stick Dominican. I have one Cohiba left from the box I brought home from my honeymoon 13 years ago - saving that for a special occasion.

For a while there I was buying them by the box and keeping my 150 cigar humidor stocked. Now I'm lucky if I have 2 or 3 in a ziploc bag - lol.

Steve
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