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Old 06-02-2009, 09:36 AM   #21
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Thanks for the link matt. Brought back some Cuban Romeo y Jullieta's and some Cuban Cohibas from Switzerland a few years ago. Haven't had the chance to smoke a Cubano since.

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I picked these up as well, seems like they will be shipped from Spain. Tell me Brother theese are not knock offs!
Either way, the Flor de Canos are awesome little smokes, especially for what you pay for them.

My dad has picked up Monte Cristos from them and they taste much different from the Montes that you can buy in the States.
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A reasonable response, so what is your choice cigar?: Fair to shoot down my favorite but you should express your favorite
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:I really like the ones from the Drew estate, 1500cc, kuba-kuba, and tea infusion.

Rocky Patel is high on my favorites with the 1992 Vintage, Fusion, and Edge maduro

I do enjoy a Cao every once and a while, Had a Greycliff "shaggyfoot" not too long ago and it was slammin'
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I have had a few Cigars.com blue lables that are great! cheaper too!

Have you tried the Nub's cigars, they are very good!
Umm I did Brother, I like alot of cigars, smoked alot of different ones. Even a friend and myself started our own "book of taste" that has the rings with comments that we have made about each one.
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Puro Express has the La Flor de Cano Petit Coronas in stock right now. $66 for a box of 25.

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I had some issues with getting my CC approved by Puro, had to call citibak and let them now it was an approved purchase. They asked what I had purchased from the company and I told them it was none of there business the ammount requested is approved. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I get what I ordered with out issue.

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I was into cigars in college, mostly the maduro wrappers. Nowadays, it's mostly the strawberry or grape flavored cigarillos .

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I know some of us enjoy the fine things in life. So who here is a cigar aficionado? Whats your favorite cigar and drink?

My absolute favorite is a 64 Pedron with a glass of Jose Cuervo Platino.

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My "go to" cigar is a Padron 5000 Maduro 5.5 x 54 or occasionally the Padron Executive Maduro 7.5 x 50. Usually accompanied by Knob Creek bourbon.

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I vary my cigar selection. Currently I'm stocked up on Romeo & Julietta Res. Reales and a few different types of La Gloria Cubanas. I'm heading to the tobacco store tommorow to look for some others.
For drink, I like Scotch. Usually Dewar's for ed drinking. Ass't. singles once in a while. Also wine. Good reds preferably I'm having a Puydeval with a N.Y. strip in about an hour.

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