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So I have enjoyed the occasional Opus X, and more recently the Tatuaje, however I have yet to try the Graycliff. I know they are expensive but not heard much about these cigars. I like strong / spicy cigars what would someone suggest as a good start off to this family? also what would be a good drink to take it with? any suggestions or descriptions of the cigars or the whole family would be appreciated.
 

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You can read about the different blends on Graycliff's website. Click on the link that says "View our online catalog"

Also, if you haven't checked it out yet, Top25Cigar is a great place to read reviews on cigars. You can find the link to Top25Cigar at the top of the page in the middle.

I have a Blue Label that is currently resting in the humi (thanks to Mr.Maduro) and I can't wait to try it. No way could I afford them, but I suspect it will be a treat when I smoke it! :ss
 

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Some Graycliffs are going on a weekly special on CI- Actually they are a steal!! I think they are closing out the box design. You might pick some up. You can get sample packs from a lot of the internet cigar sites.
Strong and Spicy is different for us all as far as taste goes. I have the Blue labels. May I suggest a Nice Petite Sirah ? :ss
 

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Some Graycliffs are going on a weekly special on CI- Actually they are a steal!! I think they are closing out the box design. You might pick some up. You can get sample packs from a lot of the internet cigar sites.
Strong and Spicy is different for us all as far as taste goes. :ss
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I forgot about that deal on cigars international...might be right up your alley. I agree with Bob's assessment about taste too...tastes are different for everyone. My strong and spicy is a Famous Nicaraguan 3000, yum!
 

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I forgot about that deal on cigars international...might be right up your alley. I agree with Bob's assessment about taste too...tastes are different for everyone. My strong and spicy is a Famous Nicaraguan 3000, yum!
Mine would be a Pepin for spice and a LFD or HdN or Partagas for strong full body.

A La Herencia from Mr. Ramirez cigars is a great cigar. Rolled by Roberto Ramirez of Ramirez Cigars.
He rolls some really nice cigars that are not talked about much here.

www.ramirezcigars.com
 

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Myself, I'm a big fan of the Espresso(black label) line but, for the last few weeks I've been loving the Crystals(white label).

I must have gone thru a dozen or so of the "Tacos"(petite corona) and I'm loving 'em.
 

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to me compared to your opus X and tatuaje comment.... Gracliffs atleast blow away the opus... Much cheaper for the most part, great smooth, lightly sweet finishing some.. triple cuban cap i believe. Blue's and the red's are the only thing i familiar with- if you have a size and type you are looking for pm me, my local shop has them, at a killer price-
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- if you have a size and type you are looking for pm me, my local shop has them, at a killer price-
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My local shop has em, they are just in the $25 range, which is why i was upset when i JUST missed the last box for sale of reds. I am sure i will have one soon, but how big of a discount are we talking?
 

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Fell down the slope with a red label Graycliff. Buttery smooth, and delicious. Mild to medium flavor. Expresso's have a lot more punch.
 

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So I have enjoyed the occasional Opus X, and more recently the Tatuaje, however I have yet to try the Graycliff. I know they are expensive but not heard much about these cigars. I like strong / spicy cigars what would someone suggest as a good start off to this family? also what would be a good drink to take it with? any suggestions or descriptions of the cigars or the whole family would be appreciated.
Funny, I asked the same question tonight. See http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/showthread.php?t=102649
 

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My local shop has em, they are just in the $25 range, which is why i was upset when i JUST missed the last box for sale of reds. I am sure i will have one soon, but how big of a discount are we talking?
full churchills and torpedo's at our shop 18.95 tops
- owner goes right threw to graycliff, met them at the last rtda
 

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You can read about the different blends on Graycliff's website. Click on the link that says "View our online catalog"

Also, if you haven't checked it out yet, Top25Cigar is a great place to read reviews on cigars. You can find the link to Top25Cigar at the top of the page in the middle.

I have a Blue Label that is currently resting in the humi (thanks to Mr.Maduro) and I can't wait to try it. No way could I afford them, but I suspect it will be a treat when I smoke it! :ss
Nice looking cigars!
 
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