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I don't like mild cigars, I found this one very mild, but I couldn't put it down and smoked it to the last inch.

What's up with that?

Usually if I don't like a cigar I ditch it and grab something else.

Also I was working on an Aizuddin-sized ash

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no, not that long, he is the master, but almost 2 inches outside is impressive for me. For a cigar I would be loathe to buy, given the price, I really liked the XO. The cigar I smoked the night before (Camacho face off) I also liked. I had mostly habanos for a month or so, and forgot how good some of the NCs could be. Live, learn and smoke. :w :w
 

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LasciviousXXX said:
For a nice midday smoke I thoroughly enjoy the AVO XO line. My particular favorite would be the Petit Corona size. Have you tried the AVO Domaine?
I think the one I had was the Intermezzo. I'll definately try more of the XOs. I haven' t tried other AVOs but this one has me interested, at least for a milder cigar that has enough taste to be interesting.
 

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You might enjoy the Domaine's as they tend to be very smooth and flavorful. Still mild to medium but very enjoyable none the less. The Intermezzo "XO" has a nice flavor. I'm still partial to the Notturno though.
 

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I think the one I had was the Intermezzo. I'll definately try more of the XOs. I haven' t tried other AVOs but this one has me interested, at least for a milder cigar that has enough taste to be interesting.
If the cigar is question was one that I put in the pass or a PIF it is an Intermezzo. I have sent a few of these out over the past few months because I found it too mild for my tastes.
 

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Avo XO are decent cigars, but IMHO a little to expensive for a mild cigar. I would rather spend the money on a more robust Cigar.
 

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SeanGAR said:
I don't like mild cigars, I found this one very mild, but I couldn't put it down and smoked it to the last inch.

What's up with that?
Right there with you. Good Dominicans. Got quite a few AVO's that I like, although I usually prefer the fuller bodied ones more (Signature, 22, Domain, Maduro). :w
 

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I had an AVO Legacy recently....

...that burned so perfectly I'm convinced I could have smoked it to the nub without ashing. Sadly, my friend's wife started giving me the evil " you better not get that on my carpet" look, and I had to ash.

AVOs are some of the most consistently good cigars on the market; I've never had a bad one. These days they are a bit mild for my evolving tastes, but I still like em lots:)

SeanGAR said:
I don't like mild cigars, I found this one very mild, but I couldn't put it down and smoked it to the last inch.

What's up with that?

Usually if I don't like a cigar I ditch it and grab something else.

Also I was working on an Aizuddin-sized ash

http://www.mycigarblog.com/blog/archives/images/opus-long-ash-(1).jpg

no, not that long, he is the master, but almost 2 inches outside is impressive for me. For a cigar I would be loathe to buy, given the price, I really liked the XO. The cigar I smoked the night before (Camacho face off) I also liked. I had mostly habanos for a month or so, and forgot how good some of the NCs could be. Live, learn and smoke. :w :w
 
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