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Old 03-13-2013, 12:57 AM   #11
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Swisher Sweet?? Smoked a few of those when I was a kid. Last really good cigar I smoked was a Macanudo down in New Orleans. cost around ten bucks and was one of the best cigars I've ever smoked. But I don't really know what's good and what isn't. Did enjoy that one though.
Smoked a lot of Swisher Sweets on motorcycle trips -- short enough smoke for a gas/coffee stop, and you don't regret throwing an unfinished one away if it's time to go.
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I enjoy acids when I want a change from my pipe.
http://www.acidcigars.net/

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I enjoy acids when I want a change from my pipe.
http://www.acidcigars.net/
Acids have a sort of a unique taste that I never acquired.
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Acid cigars smell like cologne.

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I really don't know what all those Three dollar words mean. I like the not complicated A&C Grenadiers Dark. They light off the dash lighter in the Dodge Diesel. A less complex life.

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I really don't know what all those Three dollar words mean. I like the not complicated A&C Grenadiers Dark. They light off the dash lighter in the Dodge Diesel. A less complex life.
Just like a date with Rosey Palm is less complex than one with Jessica Alba.
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Smoked a lot of Swisher Sweets on motorcycle trips -- short enough smoke for a gas/coffee stop, and you don't regret throwing an unfinished one away if it's time to go.
Back when I was young, you could buy them for a nickle a piece. Used to know some old guys that wouldn't actually smoke them, they'd chew them until they were a stub, then grab another.
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i smoke maybe 5 or 6 cigars a week. Backwoods "sweet aromatic" & Swisher "double barrel outlaws" are my usual. why? cuz they're cheap & i like 'em. Al Capone cigarellos also work good for the short commute home. i'm one of those oddballs that likes expensive whiskey & cheap cigars

i've had alot of good cigars & alot of bad ones, suprisingly some of the "bad" ones were bargain priced ones from the acclaimed brands like arturo fuente & macanudo. smokes are alot like beer & wine, just because people tell you it's good doesn't mean you're gonna like it.

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