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Cigars - Country of Origin Tobacco and Your Favs

Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by John in Covina, May 13, 2009.

  1. SteveAS

    SteveAS Practically Family

    I must say, I generally prefer Cuban cigars to those from other countries. They have a richness other cigars lack. That said, I agree with grundie: the different Cuban brands tend to be very similar. Worse, they're inconsistent in flavor and strength, so it's hard to know what your going to get.

    But when they're good, they're very, very good . . .
     
  2. 101 Pathfinder

    101 Pathfinder One of the Regulars

    Perdomo...that’s my go to stick. I also like the AVO line and The Aging Room Bin 1.


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  3. 101 Pathfinder

    101 Pathfinder One of the Regulars

    I find that Cubans need to go in my humidor for at least six months before they are smoke worth. Realizing that Cuba needs funds they age them less to get them to market faster. So put them away and they mellow and the flavors meld.


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  4. 101 Pathfinder

    101 Pathfinder One of the Regulars

    Exactly, couldn’t agree with you more. I used to smoke Don Jaun which was Nicaraguan with a Connecticut wrapper but they’ve been left by the wayside by the powers that be. Perdomo is now my go to stick.


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  5. Foch

    Foch New in Town

    Tatuajes from Pete Johnson. Liga privada
    Drew Estates, My father.

    Thank God for Tobacco
     

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