Cigar aficionados what do we have here?

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Casual
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Cigar aficionados what do we have here?

Post by Casual » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:48 am

ID these cigars and tell me if theyre worth a damn?!?

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I overhead 50$ from a lady selecting one, but havent been in the aficionado cicles in a long time

hurricanecharlie
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Post by hurricanecharlie » Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:50 pm

$50 a stick-no

Captain Steinbrenner
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Post by Captain Steinbrenner » Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:06 pm

Fuck no.


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Synaptic Misfire
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Post by Synaptic Misfire » Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:35 pm

They're Cuban, as in made in Cuba. At $50 a stick they'd better be pre-embargo imports. Given the roughness of the wrapper, I wouldn't give them to my dog to smoke.

Too much good stuff coming out of the boutique cigar companies to waste money on Cubans. I've smoked current imports and pre-embargo imports, I'll spend my money on a My Father, Kristoff, or Liga Privada.

Casual
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Post by Casual » Wed Aug 22, 2018 2:39 am

I should preface, they are current fresh production. Im not in the u.s.

Synaptic Misfire
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Post by Synaptic Misfire » Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:27 am

Don't waste your money, the markup on Cubans most places is ridiculous. Lady friend just got back from Croatia, where she got the same cigars she saw in the islands for $20 to $50 for $10.

We should start an FSN cigar night, my friend would give us a deal if we brought a group.

rug357
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Post by rug357 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:10 pm

I used to smoke some cigars and enjoyed many. Smoked few Cubans while living in Europe and when travelling to Central/South America. I used to smoke a lot of Nicaraguan cigars especially Joya di Nicaragua before they became popular in the US and price jumped up.
One thing about Cuban cigars (I mean rolled in Cuba and not just Cuban name) and this is true with even the best Cuban brands...they are very inconsistent quality cigars. Majority are well made but some are amazingly well made but some are just mediocre cigars at best. Every cigar maker has some inconsistencies but it's usually pretty small but Cuban cigars have much bigger inconsistencies no matter which brand.

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