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WTB Cuban cigars

Post by seeeu911 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 9:27 am

A huge celebration coming up ! Where good gentlemen of FSN can I find some Cuban Cigars ?

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Post by rug357 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:52 pm

Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
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Post by hurricanecharlie » Mon Dec 14, 2015 11:05 pm

Had a hoyo double corona saturday
still good flavor
draw was a little tight
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Post by 305tillimoved » Tue Dec 15, 2015 7:26 am

Best bet is online through spain. Or so Im told.
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Post by Big_Mike » Tue Dec 15, 2015 11:28 pm

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Post by Big_Mike » Wed Dec 16, 2015 7:38 pm

I haven't heard back from seeu911 just yet but the thread got me thinking.

I've got a couple thousand dollars in Cuban cigars in the past year or so, if anyone local is interested in a couple let me know. Not looking to sell my collection, just putting this out there to share a little of my good fortune with fellow forum members. I've got a couple of 25 count boxes each of Cohiba Robustos and Cohiba Esplendidos and probably about box worth of Cohiba Siglo XI's left. I've also got an unopened box of Cuban Punches purchased a few weeks ago. I've got many other cigars in my humidors but usually only a handful of each kind. The Cohiba Esplendidos have been my go to smoke when I want to enjoy a cigar, I try to stack deep when I have the chance. Though, I know one of these days when the market opens up properly I'll be stuck with some great sticks that I paid way too much for.

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/10 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/10 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/38 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/97 ... igars.html
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Post by cubanstang50 » Sun Dec 27, 2015 9:18 pm

Big_Mike wrote:I haven't heard back from seeu911 just yet but the thread got me thinking.

I've got a couple thousand dollars in Cuban cigars in the past year or so, if anyone local is interested in a couple let me know. Not looking to sell my collection, just putting this out there to share a little of my good fortune with fellow forum members. I've got a couple of 25 count boxes each of Cohiba Robustos and Cohiba Esplendidos and probably about box worth of Cohiba Siglo XI's left. I've also got an unopened box of Cuban Punches purchased a few weeks ago. I've got many other cigars in my humidors but usually only a handful of each kind. The Cohiba Esplendidos have been my go to smoke when I want to enjoy a cigar, I try to stack deep when I have the chance. Though, I know one of these days when the market opens up properly I'll be stuck with some great sticks that I paid way too much for.

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/10 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/10 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/38 ... igars.html

http://www.cigarone.com/cuban-cigars/97 ... igars.html
^^^ I can buy from this website and get it sent to my house? I know it sounds like a stupid question but i thought that there was no way to get them unless you were abroad. Are these also made in cuba or dominican republic?
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Post by cubanstang50 » Sun Dec 27, 2015 9:26 pm

Also, might you know where i can get this from? I drank most of this bottle on friday [smilie=011.gif]
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Post by Gregh181 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 10:13 pm

So can we have Cubans shipped to us? Question was never answered and I'd love to get some
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Post by cvasqu03 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 11:08 pm

rug357 wrote:Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
Not to mention that you'd be supporting the communist Castro regime by getting these.
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Post by Gregh181 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 11:10 pm

cvasqu03 wrote:
rug357 wrote:Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
Not to mention that you'd be supporting the communist Castro regime by getting these.
I'm 100% open to any comparable suggestions. I'm very new to cigars so any help is appreciated
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Post by IDPAMASTER » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:38 am

rug357 wrote:Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
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Post by Gregh181 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:47 pm

IDPAMASTER wrote:
rug357 wrote:Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
This. I'll stick with Rocky Patel
Enjoying a good Patel right now cause of you. Thanks
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Re: WTB Cuban cigars

Post by IDPAMASTER » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:22 pm

Gregh181 wrote:
IDPAMASTER wrote:
rug357 wrote:Maybe in Cuba
Seriously, having smoked many Cuban cigars in past while living overseas they aren't all that special. Actually Cuban cigars are notorious for inconsistent quality. Even well known Cuban brands like Cohiba, Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta have inconsistent quality. One or two may be great and then the next one is a [smilie=042.gif]
You can get always great quality cigars from Nicaragua, DR, Honduras, etc.
This. I'll stick with Rocky Patel
Enjoying a good Patel right now cause of you. Thanks
[smilie=cheers1.gif] can't go wrong. Plenty of offerings for even the most discerning.
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Get it all together. And put it in a backpack. All your s';t. So it’s together. And if you gotta take it somewhere, take it somewhere, you know, take it to the s';t store and sell it, or put it in a s';t museum, I don’t care what you do, you just gotta get it together.
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Re: WTB Cuban cigars

Post by hurricanecharlie » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:51 pm

Had a box of Vegas Robaina pyramids a while back liked them a lot,a favorite.

Partagas lusitania also very good.

Box of Romeo Y Julieta Churchills also excelletnet.

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