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New and good
Covfireman Offline
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I haven't purchased much in the last 3 years. Whats new and good?
Plowboy221 Offline
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Can’t go wrong with anything from

BLTC/BLK WRKS. (Black Lable Trading Co/ Black Works Studio)

Or Roma Craft
mikey8991 Offline
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fratellos
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Southern Draw has some good blends
KingoftheCove Offline
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I like Saka's new stuff......Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
ZRX1200 Offline
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Eroia
Cigarlady7 Offline
#7 Posted:
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Too many to name. Pick up a current issue of Cigar Aficionado and go from there- Lots of releases and reviews listed.

Or jump on YouTube.
dstieger Offline
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Cigarlady7 wrote:
Too many to name. Pick up a current issue of Cigar Aficionado and go from there- Lots of releases and reviews listed.

Or jump on YouTube.


I respectfully disagree. I don't trust either CA, nor utubers.

My suggestion would be to get a couple samplers from Small Batch.....I try to smoke different cigars every day, but I'd be ok with just Crowned Heads, Cubans and RomaCraft til the end of days
Cigarlady7 Offline
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dstieger wrote:
I respectfully disagree. I don't trust either CA, nor utubers.

My suggestion would be to get a couple samplers from Small Batch.....I try to smoke different cigars every day, but I'd be ok with just Crowned Heads, Cubans and RomaCraft til the end of days


Cool to disagree. Everyone is different.

Crowned Heads and select Cubans are great.. Until you get bored.
Cigarlady7 Offline
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Some of the best cigars I have ever found have come from YT reviews. It depends on the channel. A lot of those guys and gals are honest too, because they don't get paid (some not at all and some not enough) to lie about it.

Some reviews I watch to figure out what to sample and some I watch for pure enjoyment.
RMAN4443 Offline
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Cigar Aficionado= some of the most highly paid reviews money can buyd'oh!
Cigarlady7 Offline
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Cigar Aficionado= some of the most highly paid reviews money can buyd'oh!


Well of course. That is obvious.

YouTube reviews are far better. 1 because they are visual and 2 they are more honest.
Cigarlady7 Offline
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Cigar Aficionado= some of the most highly paid reviews money can buyd'oh!


But then again, whether they are paid or not doesn't make them wrong. Reviewers have to get paid like everyone else. Doesn't mean they are inaccurate. Most of them are not straight out paid to lie.
RMAN4443 Offline
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Well, not too many cigar makers are gonna pay $20,000 for a BAD review....Anxious
as a matter of fact, I've never seen a bad review in CA, even though I've seen reviews of BAD cigars in thereBrick wall
Cigarlady7 Offline
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Well, not too many cigar makers are gonna pay $20,000 for a BAD review....Anxious
as a matter of fact, I've never seen a bad review in CA, even though I've seen reviews of BAD cigars in thereBrick wall


You wouldn't know a good cigar if it stuck you in the butt Frying pan
izonfire Online
#16 Posted:
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Posts: 522
Cigarlady7 wrote:
You wouldn't know a good cigar if it stuck you in the butt Frying pan


Is that your criteria for good cigar, CigarLady? Confused
Palama Offline
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Covfireman wrote:
I haven't purchased much in the last 3 years. Whats new and good?


Everyone’s palate is different but in the last year or so, I’ve tried and liked:

Isabela Shape Shifter
HVC La Rosa 520 Favoritos
JRE Aladino Cazador

You might wanna check out Katman’s reviews, he a straight shooter.

https://kohnhed.com/
Cigarlady7 Offline
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izonfire wrote:
Is that your criteria for good cigar, CigarLady? Confused


Haha. No but it at least it wouldn't be odd for me... Him on the other hand...

Well... Anxious
RMAN4443 Offline
#19 Posted:
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Cigarlady7 wrote:
Haha. No but it at least it wouldn't be odd for me... Him on the other hand...

Well... Anxious

It wouldn't be odd for you to be sticking cigars in your butt??? Seems a little odd to me, but(t) you keep doing what your doing....Anxious
I know people that smoke chitty cigars, but you've taken it to a whole new level....
memo to self...cross Cl7 off the list of people to trade cigars with...d'oh!
tamapatom Offline
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Just as a clarification, cigarettes have butts while cigars have nubs.
24132413 Offline
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Southern Draw has some good blends



YES......Southern Draw ($5 per) lines are excellent. Enclave Broadleaf ($5 per) and Monte Platinum ($3 per) are VG as well. Depends on what you are willing to spend. Ave Maria Divinia for just under $3 per on FREE FALL is nice. My Father Robusto for $5 per on Special now.

Herfing
lance4824 Offline
#22 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Southern Draw has some good blends



Agreed

Herfing
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