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post #11 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:23 PM
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@Hudabear. . It was like Sophie's Choice in my head. .LFD...Corto..Undercrown..

Hope this doesn't cost me my sponsorship from Undercrown. Dammit.

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No more royalties for you lol the new blue collar smoke is warped corto
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post #12 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:24 PM
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No way to decide. I keep a large variety of cigars and pipe tobacco because I hate smoking the same thing twice. But since that's not what your asked.

I understand the question. The" if you stuck on a desert island" ..
I'll go with the most memorable smoke I've had in a while and I'll go with that. .Warped Corto..no doubt I could smoke it everyday and not get bored.

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I'll have to check those out.
This thread may give us all some new ideas.

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You've got one hell of a memory bro. .

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@Hudabear. .Dammit now you got me thinking about dl's don't think I could go without them. .in fact I know I can't. .SCREW IT. .I CAN'T PICK ONE! !!! IT'S NOT NATURAL TO LIMIT YOURSELF. .even in the hypothetical. .

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post #15 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:28 PM
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Nub Cameroon 466t

I've smoked more of these than any other cigar.
For me, they are very complex and each is different from the last.
I've never had one I didn't enjoy to it's nub.

It's not the best cigar I've smoked, but that's not your question.
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post #16 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:31 PM
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Haven't smoked any of the higher end Padrons yet (have a few sleeping right now). Best NC I've smoked was an Opus X with 6-7 years on it. So that's not feasible. Would probably go with Ave Maria Divinia.

Like Rondo said, not the best I've smoked, but can say I have enjoyed all of them and look forward to my next.

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post #17 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:35 PM
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@Hudabear. .Dammit now you got me thinking about dl's don't think I could go without them. .in fact I know I can't. .SCREW IT. .I CAN'T PICK ONE! !!! IT'S NOT NATURAL TO LIMIT YOURSELF. .even in the hypothetical. .

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I'm a fan of Padron 64 Príncipe. If I want to have a short smoke bingo bango. If I want longer rules say I can have two.

That's my choice as of now. Subject to change!


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Easy. ..5 year old Cohiba Esplendido. ..could do 2 years on my head.

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post #20 of 51 Old 07-13-2016, 10:59 PM
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Herrera Esteli Short Corona, assuming NC only.

After trying for a while to smoke something new each time I visit my closest local B&M and being disappointed too many times, I just reach for one of these when I go there. I smoke plenty of other stuff at home, but I got real tired of paying top-dollar for stuff that's not nearly as rewarding as this mid-pricer.

BTW. I bought a box of 44 RG Herrera Lonsdales and love 'em, but for a year-long romance I'd go with the slightly more complex 46 RG Short Corona. There are a few more I could just have well have chosen, especially any of several from Warped, but the HE came to mind because it's become my go-to at that particular B&M.
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