|01-24-2015 07:38 PM|
|Skywgn1||My new go to is CAO Columbia. Nice and mild. 8 bucks or so. Just be sure to pull them out of the humidor before you go.|
|01-24-2015 05:00 PM|
|01-14-2015 08:21 PM|
|01-10-2015 10:37 AM|
|Skywgn1||Always carry at least one cigar for the run. I use to take my nice cigars but that changed on one duck hunting trip. Brought a Padron 80th anniversary and just lit it after a successful hunt when my brother and I heard some geese in the distance. We dropped everything and started calling. After several minutes we finally had the geese within sight and took our shots. After this highlight I reached for my cigar only to find it in my labs mouth almost completely gone. What a waste of a 30.00 cigar. Not being wasteful, I lit what was left and tried to make the best of it. To this day my 12 year old lab enjoys cigars and whiskey.|
|01-10-2015 10:24 AM|
What do you folks carry when you're out on the trails. I have a Maxpedition Fatboy that
I throw in the Jeep with a Surefire, spare batteries, bottle opener, small video camera etc. This is my cigar gear that goes in:
|01-10-2015 10:20 AM|
I'm not experimenting anymore, these Padron 1964 Maduro Exclusivios are my all time favorite! I still mix them with AF Anejo 46s and Olive V Maduro but the Padron always win out.
|01-10-2015 08:40 AM|
|Chuck59||I really like Drew Estates also. I like the coffee mocha flavoring and the box press. For those of us in the Indy area, Mr. B's Cigar Box in Avon (my preferred cigar hangout) just sold out to new owner. Looking forward to many more years of enjoying our favorite sticks with a great group of folks.|
|11-29-2014 10:04 PM|
|89YJEric||My favorite is the tobak especial from Drew estates. They are coffee infused and taste great. My frequent smokes are called "rum runners". They're cheaper but taste sweet and I don't mind sharing those. I also found that for those who don't own a humidor, keeping them in the freezer will keep the cigars fresh and humid.|
|11-24-2014 10:40 PM|
|Skywgn1||Humidity is key. If they are dry they do not taste good. I like mine at about 70% relative humidity. Put your dry cigars in a controlled environment for about 3 weeks. The more cigars in the humidor the easier they are to maintain. I suggest a few CAO Columbians to help out.|
|11-24-2014 03:15 PM|
The last time I smoked a cigar it was in 2003. I was partial to Davidoffs. I like cigars with a woody flavor.
If you are ever around the Cabelas in Hamburg PA, they have an AWESOME cigar store there, with a nice humidor. One of the sales people brought me in and showed me around. I got a couple of cigars to celebrate my 60th birthday, but I haven't smoked them yet. :-( And I can't remember what brand!
I have smoked a Cuban…darn thing was so dry and strong that I got really dizzy trying to keep it lit!
|11-16-2014 09:39 PM|
Mmmm sounds delish.
Some people keep a journal of what they smoked and what the thought of it.
I've been growing my own this year...
|11-15-2014 12:01 PM|
Hoping to keep this thread alive for us cigar smokers.. I was wondering how you all track the cigars you already smoked, liked, tasted, etc..
As for me, i am about to enjoy a smooth montecristo no.2. Picture to follow later on.
|04-11-2014 11:02 PM|
|Skywgn1||One of the more unique cigars that I didn't expect to like but fell in love with was Salvinelli Rich and Rare. Was a medium to full. Had a very thick/chewy smoke with nougat, coffee and leather notes in my opinion. Come to find out, they are well known for pie tobacco. My go to brands are Alec Bradley and CAO.|
|04-08-2014 11:59 AM|
|ACal24||Now that spring is here, what is everyone ordering to stock their humidors? I just orderd myself the Wild Bunch Sampler from Eddie Ortega. I know one of the 12 Wild Bunch Members (Island Jim). I have had 3/12 smokes but really wanted to try them all.|
|04-03-2014 02:44 PM|
|pbeachcruzer||nice call on reviving the thread.|
|04-03-2014 01:18 PM|
|04-03-2014 12:57 PM|
Hi all! Hoping to get this thread more active! I am waiting on my new JKUWW.
Has anyone found any good Jeep/car-related cigar accessories. This is me today (with the pup) waiting "patiently" for my Jeep
|01-10-2014 10:01 AM|
Restocked my humidor over the holidays, got a box of Hemingway Classic Maduro, Padron 1964 Exclusivio Maduro and 2 boxes of Oliva Melanio Maduro. I'm about ready to order at least one box,10, of the Oliva V 2013 Maduro, this year they're Double Robusto.
I posted a while back that I was using Cigars At Your Price, I gave up on them after too many backorders and a difficulty getting a refund. I've started calling www.hilandcigars.com and asking about specials on brands I buy, they've really been aggressive.
|01-10-2014 12:19 AM|
|05wranglercdn||Anyone us absolute cigars .com and if I were to ship to canada what would the taxes be if any ?|
|01-09-2014 02:37 PM|
I highly recommend Headley Grange from The Crowned Heads. I also like their JD Howard Reserve stick. Their Four Kicks is not bad, though.
Crowned Heads. Rare artisanal cigars
|12-28-2013 08:32 AM|
|JakePurvis||I got a beautiful humidor for Christmas and a box of my three favorite cigars, which I said earlier. Life is great.|
|12-08-2013 11:00 AM|
|12-08-2013 12:48 AM|
|MTDora||Ashton VSG, best stick out there|
|11-28-2013 05:55 PM|
|Chuck59||Enjoyed / smoked a nice Oliva and Red Breast Irish Whiskey after Thanksgiving dinner today. Wonderful day topped off with a nice cigar & drink.|
|11-22-2013 04:17 AM|
|EnglishBulldog1||For my wheeling cigar I go with Sancho Panzas. I usually go with a cigar that the cigar shop sell cheap due to the fact they do not have labels.|
|11-17-2013 08:55 PM|
|Mikel01||Ah purros. My favorite...partagas series D #4. Harder to get now that I no longer live in SoFlo.|
|11-17-2013 08:46 PM|
Hoyo 1066, Good Stuff !
|11-17-2013 06:59 PM|
|terry44||Has anyone ever tried the tatiana groovy blue cigar. I found them a couple of weeks ago and I'm hooked.|
|07-27-2013 01:11 AM|
|07-26-2013 05:16 PM|
|This thread has more than 30 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.|