Fabulous Cigars

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Fabulous Cigars

Post by Old Bridge » 07:40 Mon 27 Mar 2017

Some have been mentioned in the threads, but I thought it would be good to collect the members favourite cigars in a thread of their own.
I'll start with my own two favourites.
Montecristo no.2
Partagas serie P no.2
They are both "torpedoes" and lovely fulfilling smokes that last a good while.

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Post by jdaw1 » 20:18 Sat 22 Apr 2017

Montecristo #2 is excellent. Partagas Lusitania also, as are Partagas D.

I stopped two years ago.

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Post by Old Bridge » 19:25 Tue 13 Jun 2017

Cohiba Limited edition 2006.
67 minutes of sheer pleasure. A gift from a very good friend some years ago. It has languished in my humidor just waiting for me starting my holidays 2017, and tonight it was finally put out of its misery.
Joined by a small glass of Highland Park NAS Cs on the terrace, it made the flickering sunshine through the aspen magic.
Thank you VBH.

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Post by Andy Velebil » 06:02 Wed 14 Jun 2017

Old Bridge wrote:
19:25 Tue 13 Jun 2017
Cohiba Limited edition 2006.
67 minutes of sheer pleasure. A gift from a very good friend some years ago. It has languished in my humidor just waiting for me starting my holidays 2017, and tonight it was finally put out of its misery.
Joined by a small glass of Highland Park NAS Cs on the terrace, it made the flickering sunshine through the aspen magic.
Thank you VBH.
Good to hear I still have a couple of these in the humidor. How long do you think they will hold?

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Re: Fabulous Cigars

Post by Old Bridge » 08:44 Wed 14 Jun 2017

Andy Velebil wrote:
06:02 Wed 14 Jun 2017
Old Bridge wrote:
19:25 Tue 13 Jun 2017
Cohiba Limited edition 2006.
67 minutes of sheer pleasure. A gift from a very good friend some years ago. It has languished in my humidor just waiting for me starting my holidays 2017, and tonight it was finally put out of its misery.
Joined by a small glass of Highland Park NAS Cs on the terrace, it made the flickering sunshine through the aspen magic.
Thank you VBH.
Good to hear I still have a couple of these in the humidor. How long do you think they will hold?
Mine was, as I said, lovely. I think they have many years in them yet.
ps: If you are worried, then try one.

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Re: Fabulous Cigars

Post by jdaw1 » 00:40 Sun 17 Sep 2017

I stopped smoking cigars 2⅓ years ago. Before when, Partagas Lusitania.

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Re: Fabulous Cigars

Post by Old Bridge » 20:33 Sun 08 Oct 2017

Old Bridge wrote:
08:44 Wed 14 Jun 2017
Andy Velebil wrote:
06:02 Wed 14 Jun 2017
Old Bridge wrote:
19:25 Tue 13 Jun 2017
Cohiba Limited edition 2006.
67 minutes of sheer pleasure. A gift from a very good friend some years ago. It has languished in my humidor just waiting for me starting my holidays 2017, and tonight it was finally put out of its misery.
Joined by a small glass of Highland Park NAS Cs on the terrace, it made the flickering sunshine through the aspen magic.
Thank you VBH.
Good to hear I still have a couple of these in the humidor. How long do you think they will hold?
Mine was, as I said, lovely. I think they have many years in them yet.
ps: If you are worried, then try one.
On second thought I think they are well passed it, but I quite like old cigars, so you can send them to me if you want.

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