Cigars and shooting

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  1. X47guy

    X47guy Member

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    Favorite cigars while shooting.

    Drew Estate Liga Privada T52 and #9

    CAO Session

    Undercrown Maduro.

    Those are my favorites and everyday go to cigars.
     
  2. KyCarl

    KyCarl Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Don Pepin Garcia Blue Label Generosos
    Tatuaje Miami Reserva J-21
    Don Pepin Le Bijou 1922 Toros
    I'm a big fan of Miami made cigars Cuban coffee too!
    PS those "Flying Pigs" are awfully good!
     
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    Black and mild with a mic ultra while shooting! Is that considered a cigar?
     
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    Is to me
     
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    Spent some time in the Dominican Republic and came to love Leon Jimenes cigars. Prefer the small ones since I can't smoke one cigar for an hour any more.
     
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    KyCarl Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    nah but you have a year to learn and smoke some really good cigars. Rocky Patel, Punch, CAO, Camancho and several others. All Honduran.
     
  8. X47guy

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    Check out The Maduro Room in Lexington, SC. I pay $25 a month. I get 10% off all cigars and 3 free cigars a month. They mail everything to me.
     
  9. KyCarl

    KyCarl Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    I smoke the 3 I posted about 98% of the time. I seldom switch brands?
    Once in awhile I like a Diamond Crown Maximus or a Habana Partagus
    but I ration my Cubans...You know guys in other country's will trade Cubans for our GREAT Kentucky Bourbon? They will!
     
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    Really? I may have to sneak some with me if I ever get down that way. I hardly ever swap either but I enjoy tasting other cigars. Another one of my favorites that I forgot to mention is the AJ Fernandez Last Call. It’s a cheap underrated smoke. $6-$7 and taste like a $10-$15 cigar.
     
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    For me it's like I just spent 10 bucks on this and I could have had a Don Blue for 7.50?
    Buyers remorse or the problems with the unknown..Keep me in line..
     
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    Romeo Y Julietta Wide Churchill
    Upmann Mag 50
    MC Double Edmundo
     
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    All I can say is... coff, coff, choke, gag.... gasp!

    My Grandad used to smoke the nastiest, most foul smelling cigars in the world! They could drive a buzzard off a 2 weeks dead cow. Never have been able to handle cigars, even when I smoked the evil weeds (no, no, not that kind of weed!).
    Cheers,
    crkckr
     
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    RP 1990
    La Aroma de Cuba
    Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta (This is when I tag out)

    I usually carry some Javas and Rough Rider Sweets for the other guys and I smoke them sometimes also.