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What is your favorite cigars and occasion to enjoy them?

My favorite is the Por Larannaga Petite Corona. I enjoy one almost every morning on the deck along with a good cup of coffee.

I also love the Ramon Allones Allones Superior but it's too strong for morning enjoyment.

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Oliva series v in toro. Absolutely love those. Summer time post work stress reliever on my deck.

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My go-to cigars are Partagas Blacks in the larger ring gauges - 54 to 60. As they're currently running over $8/per at my local smoke shop, I try to restrict myself to smoking them on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. I'll smoke some Upmann or Brioso maduras most weekday nights and weekend days.

I smoke far too many cigars. When I go on vacation to the Jersey shore, I smoke even more - 4 to 6 per day. This habit gets expensive.


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Opus X, Arturo Fuente Hemmingway

Also enjoy the cubanitos

Had a red dot cohiba for the first time in awhile, I didnt pay for it as I think they're over priced but they are good.

La Gloria Cubana #6 when I have an hour and a half to kill.

Those are my favorites but I like others too.



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I've been stuck on Partagas for some time now with the occasional 1926 or 1964 Anniversario as a special occasion treat.

My humidor is full as I bought an array of various brands that appealed, back when I retired in 2008. So I have a lot of nicely aged brands to choose from.

So my daily smoke is no set brand as I'm trying to try a little of everything from the humidor.

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I smoke far too many cigars. When I go on vacation to the Jersey shore, I smoke even more - 4 to 6 per day. This habit gets expensive.


Next visit to the Shore...Hit the Smoke shop in Barnegat Bay, (exit 67) right on the Main street. Nice folks and reasonable prices.
 
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For me it's a J.D Howard Reserve HR46 by Crowned heads with a glass of ice tea.
 
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I've been on NUB's for a while I just like everything about them.




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Had to give it up a few years ago, but my two favorites were Montecristo #2 and Moore & Bode torpedo
 
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I've been on NUB's for a while I just like everything about them.


Nubs are good. I don't keep a humidor at home anymore since switching to pipes, but when I'm out with friends that's what I'll reach for.



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I can't smoke now, but I love the smell of a good cigar and a adore cigar bands and boxes. I think I have about 6 bands and one box now. They're all so different and artistic. I actually considered putting a WTB ad on the classifieds at one point. lol

My favorite cigar band I have is a Deadwood Sweet Jane.
 
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I think my absolute favorite is the Padron 1964 Maduro in the Exclusivio. I still keep others and have a box of AF Anejo #46 coming today. There are Oliva Vs and Hemingway Maduros in there, too.


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These days I've been enjoying the snot out of the Drew Estate Java and Java Mints. Absolutely delicious, and the smoke from the Mint smells heavenly. My all-time favorite smoke is still Rocky Patel's Vintage 2003, though.

I tend to buy 1-2 boxes/year, and smoke them over the course of the year with friends. There's no set schedule, just a short checklist (weather good? friends here? got a lighter?).


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I can't smoke now, but I love the smell of a good cigar and a adore cigar bands and boxes. I think I have about 6 bands and one box now. They're all so different and artistic. I actually considered putting a WTB ad on the classifieds at one point. lol

My favorite cigar band I have is a Deadwood Sweet Jane.


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My go-to cigars are Partagas Blacks in the larger ring gauges - 54 to 60. As they're currently running over $8/per at my local smoke shop, I try to restrict myself to smoking them on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

Cigar.com has them at a pretty decent price if you are buying the box.
http://www.cigar.com/cigars/viewcigar.asp?brand=255




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Hmmmm...... I have so many favorites, however, these are my most common:

Montecristo Media Noche
Cain F
Oliva V
 
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I haven't ventured into the high end stuff yet, mostly infused stuff. Right now I like cuban Honeys.

Usually after a long work week when I start my first day off.

I have a Dirt Torpedo I will most likely smoke tonight.
 
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Too many good sticks out there to narrow it down to one. Though I found the Schizo is a nice stick that is cheap to be a new favorite. I also love the Camacho SLR maduro, La Gloria Cubana "N" and the "R", CAO Flathead Camshaft, My Father le Bijou and the Don Pepin 10th anniversary is a great stick but expensive to name a few. I am not a fan of the Drew Estate Undercrown or Liga no.9 however, the L40 dark is good but overpriced.

Edited to add: I smoked a Padron this morning from my brother at an egg hunt. It was nice out and was a decent smoke. It could have used a little age on it but still had good flavors.

Also, anytime I have some down time and is decent weather out at home I have a cigar. Most Wednesdays and Fridays I smoke one or two either at my brothers or Cigars International.

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