Guys since I work from home I often read the forum almost on a daily basis. I rarely post because I am really just novice cigar smoking only smoking about 2 to 4 cigars a month. However, I am really curious as to what everyone's favorite cigar is.
I don't mean your everyday cigar or your expensive smoke, I am stictly talking about what is your very favorite cigar. If each day you could open your humidor and always find that one cigar what would it be?
I've never smoked the same cigar twice in a row, just like I never sip the same bourbon or rye twice in a row. My all-time favorite single smoke was a Diana Silvius Churchill, but there are others, like the Hemingway Classic, Avo No. 3, CAO Gold Corona Gorda, Hamilton's House Churchill, La Flor 2000 No. 2, Carbonell Gigante, The Griffin's Prestige, Savinelli Nicaraguan Reserve Churchill, Cibao Churchill, La Unica No. 1, Playboy Churchill, just to name a few. I would be happy to open any one of my four desk tops on any day, and see any of those, and a whole lot more that escape me at the moment.
Please,please,please, post! Don't be hampered simply because you are a cigar novice! Share with us! Mostly we are just people who congregate in this lil piece of cyberspace because of our love of the leaf. ONCE WE'RE HERE... we can interact on a multitude of levels about an abundance of topics!
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OH, and I'll go with ISOM Montecristo #4's
A brave man likes the feel of nature upon his face, but a wise man knows enough to come in from the rain...
Continuing the theme of favorite cigars, Savinelli ELR Churchill, Ashton Virgin Sun Grown (any size), Ghurka Symphony Churchill, Montecristo Le Cigare Des Artes 'A', CAO L'Anniversaire Cameroon, and Romeo y Julieta (regular line).
I also love the El Rey del Mundo's, rmrdaddy sent me one in a PIF and it has since become one of my favorite brands. One good reason for you, Coastal, to maybe get your feet wet in the PIF thread. Never know what you might discover.
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.
I also think that if all I ever saw from this day on was a Rocky Patel sungrown torpedo then I wouldn't be too bummed.
Everything passes. Nobody gets anything for keeps. And that's how we've got to live.