I guess La Gloria Cubana Serie R' #6 is my choice for sentimental reasons, was my first taste of what a really cigar was like and for that reason alone I am always happy to light one.
Add the word good between the words really and cigar...Edit feature only works for 30 mins after and that was such a glaring grammatical bomb that I had to correct it.
rmr, no problem on the shout out! Meant to do that a while ago and must have forgotten, it's quite funny, the day I smoked that cigar my g/f gave it a look and asked why it was wrapped in paper, having no answer I said "maybe it's such a crappy cigar that it comes prewrapped in toilet paper!" Upon unwrapping and inspecting it immediately I knew that my previous statement was wrong. I think the minute I put that thing out I went online and started looking up prices and company information, I did mention to my g/f after finishing it up that this was exactly what I had been searching for in a good cigar a nd that statement is true to this day, those are the best under $5 cigars I yet to smoke.
I gave this thread a little more thought and remembered the La Flor Dominica Ligero Double Ligero's, those are some beauties as well. Also I will never turn my nose up at any of the Partagas line.
So many great cigars, so little time. Hahahahaha.
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Thats like asking a father to choose kids but I really like the CAO MX2, the Cusano C10, the RP Edge Maduro, Gurkha Legend and CAO Brazilia.
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I hope no one minds the resurrection of an old thread.
I've found that my tastes are constantly changing, but my current favorites are, in no particular order:
Pinar Del Rio 1878 cubano especial maduro robusto
Pinar Del Rio Selection Reserve Limitado '10 various sizes
Gurkha Black Dragon Fury Nublizer
Nub 460 CT
Gurkha Ancient Warrior presidente
Gurkha Special Ops toro and churchill
Bolivar various sizes
Cigars to ashes, ashes to dust,
No matter the cost, smoke we must.
My favorite cigar is constantly changing, right now I have a bunch of La Perla Rojos that are really striking my fancy, and I have some Ormar Ortez Originals that are having a little rest before they get to meet Mr. Zippo.
"No compromise with the main purpose, no peace till victory, no pact with unrepentant wrong." - Winston Churchill
1) La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero, any size
2) La Flor Dominicana Air Bender, any size
4) Partagas Short
5) just about any Illusione
6) just about any Perdomo but crazy about Lot 23s
7) AF Hemingways, any size
8.) Oliva V, any size
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