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Nanu/Nanu

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Just wanted to start a thread about cigars. I put this here in the bbq section because that is when I enjoy my smokes. I like to couple my cigar with a micro brew beer of some sort lately it's been an 805.

I personally enjoy medium to dark blends. Currently I'm hooked on anything from the COMACHO line. I find them to be smooth and full of flavor.

Some others I find worth mentioning are Diesel, Gurkha, Flathead.

What do the other inmates suggest?
 

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I’ve gots some Padrons, Pardegas, Epicures, Monte Cristos, just to name a few...


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These are Pardegas. They’re one of my fav’s. Great flavor, little spicy. They turn on after a few months.


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These are the Epicures, this is the first year I’ve bought those. Really fucking tasty. Smoother than the Pardegas, great smoke.


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These are the Monte Cristos. They’re a tightly rolled smoke. They burn for ever. One of those ones you got to light a bunch of times.


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And, of course the Romeo and Jullietta. A lighter spice, good flavor.


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I've never touched tobacco. In the last 20 years, I've wanted to try a cigar. But at 50 years old, it seems silly to get into it.
 

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My wife got to the point that even If I smoked in the backyard I smelled too strong to let back in the house.

Yet it is OK for her to Vape in the house.

Tell me it will get better.
 

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@welldigger00 nice!! I'm gonna try those out.

@Kachina26 you might like them. Its an acquired taste. But definitely go for an well recommended one if you do. Generally they will be more expensive but you'll be happy.

@TimeBandit Im gonna go out on a limb and bet it has nothing to do with you stinking up the house. it has everything to do with you smelling like a man and melting her panties off is getting expensive 😂
 

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Liga Privada, H Upmann, Monte Christo, Ramon’s Allones, Cohiba, Oliva, Arturo Fuente, Padron, Tatuaje, My Father, to name a few.
 

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So another one that I really like and forgot about is psyko 7. Personally I think these have the coolest label. It's a prescription pad.
 

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The brand I really miss is Dunhill. Those were my favorite. You guys know of a brand that is similar?
 

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Various cigars. The ones in the plastic are pre Castro. View attachment 957117 View attachment 957118
That cohiba lanceros was my first cigar. I was in the Bahamas. My mom asked what I wanted for a souvenir. I said a cuban cigar. I was 15. She gave me cash I went to the shop. Told the guy I wanted the one castro smokes. He handed me that massive cohiba. I set up in a hammock with a couple of coronas and start puffing away. It was awesome until I had to get out of the hammock and fell flat on my face. I was spinning horribly. Finally staggerred back to the room. Hit the bed and spent all of about 10 seconds staring at the ceiling fan before I ran to the bathroom and puked my guts out.

That's an awesome collection.

I have two monte cristo number 2s and a dark cohiba in my humidor I think I've had maybe two cigars all year.
 

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The plastic bag of 6:
Partigas Serie D. No4, Habana
H. Upman Monarch, Habana
La Gloria Cubana Sabrosos (Pre Castro),, Habana
Romeo Y Julieta, Prince of Wales, Habana
Bolivar Corona Gigante, Habana
Bolivar Corona Extra, Habana
 

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wow, this was an awesome cigar. One of the best I have had in many many years.

I highly recoomemd if you like full flavor smooth as silk cigars.

Guess I am heading back to Temecula Old Town Smoke shop and getting a few more.
 

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@zx14 why do you keep bananas in your humidor? Seems quite silly to me.

Does it help them not brown so quickly?

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Haven’t had one in years , a great friend of mine ( Rip ) owned Cheap bastard cigars in Temecula old town I don’t know if his wife hung on to it or not ?
 

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wow, this was an awesome cigar. One of the best I have had in many many years.

I highly recoomemd if you like full flavor smooth as silk cigars.

Guess I am heading back to Temecula Old Town Smoke shop and getting a few more.
The Oliva is a great smooth cigar. I have gotten into the habit of picking up a cigar around lunch time on Fridays and enjoying after dinner with a Coke Zero and Gentlemen Jack. My wife hates it but loves me so now she just leaves me alone. Every time I can't decide or take too long looking around I find I grab an Oliva. Best $10-$12 cigar in my opinion.
 

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Just bought a few a couple weeks ago to re fill inventory.
A friend who has a ton of Cubans sold me these.
Will give one a try this weekend.
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Those babies got some nice patina.


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I’ve always wanted to try one of these:
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I don't smoke cigars any longer, and got rid of 2 of the 3 humidors I had.

The one I kept was handmade for me by a inmate in Folsom Prison. I believe he was set to be transferred to San Quentin for a stay on Death Row.

It's not the biggest or the best sealing humidor, but it is a cool conversation piece.

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my wheelhouse is romeo y julietta and hoyo de monterey from the cuban side.......and arturo fuente and padron on the non cuban side, with a bunch in between.........

fav's are ryj short churchill and AF anejo............with the padrons right in there
and everything in between.........i like cubans and non cubans alike.........love me some la imperiosa, deisel unholy cocktails, punch, sancho panza, partagas, cohiba(more non cuban), cuaba, h uppman, bolivar.......i have so many humidors, i forget what i have, i need a spreadsheet........this is the main, but have 5 more of the tuppador variety

right now, i have some cuban sancho paza no2's that are phenominal..........been doing those while they are ripe........hit all the sweet spots for me, along with some cuban diplomaticos, in the no2 variety........about 3 years of age..........stellar

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and for the non tobacco side, we have trainwreck and northern lights........thank you az voters for allowing me to come out of our closet, and into a tent

wife is pleased, she got the closet back
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on deck: chronic widow, superskunk, blueberry, dwarf low flyer, g13, afghan kush, chocolope, and purple kush.........
 

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The brand I really miss is Dunhill. Those were my favorite. You guys know of a brand that is similar?
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wow, this was an awesome cigar. One of the best I have had in many many years.

I highly recoomemd if you like full flavor smooth as silk cigars.

Guess I am heading back to Temecula Old Town Smoke shop and getting a few more.
oliva is a good cigar.........the V and the G are in my rotation, sometimes the O
 

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New to the thread just tried this ArleQuin as suggested by a smoke shop owner, it wasn’t terrible. Thing held on to its ash I’ll give it that, little tight draw but was pleasant. 7/10

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Haha holy shit!! I'll give one a try. Also I tried oliva that a few inmates suggested. Top Notch!
 
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