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Dear fine, cigar-smoking gentlemen of UG, I come to you with an assortment of questions.

See, my graduation party is scheduled for the 25th of this month, and I wish to buy a box of cigars for the occasion. I'm asking your opinion on some inexpensive cigars with a mild flavor which would be a good choice for the party.

I'm not asking for things like "Swishers, Phillies, or Black and Milds." Actual cigars.

Thanks in advance,
Joshua
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Illegally import them from Cuba.


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Illegally import them from Cuba.



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#7
Only experience I have with cigars would be listening to "Have a Cigar" by Pink Floyd.

I hope this helps.
#8
When I finished my honours exams on Wednesday some guys celebrated with Henry Wintermans. I had a puff and thought they were rank though
#9
get Dominican Republic cigars, they use the same process as Cuba and it's actually legal
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#10
my buddy brought back monte cristos from cuba a couple years ago
they were pretty good as far as i know
dont know how much though
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get Dominican Republic cigars, they use the same process as Cuba and it's actually legal


No they suck I bought some and threw them out/sold them to stupid kids for a buck

not worth it, they stink and taste terrible

don't be cheap, go all the way!
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#12
dude I was wondering the same thing a little while back, when I turned 18 I wanted to get a really nice cigar and asked the lady at the tobacco store, but the most expensive thing they had was like 5 bucks..... so I got that... it tasted ****ty
#13
Most of the ones I smoke are full flavored. But, Onyx Reserve are cheap and rated 90 by cigaraficianado.com. They're pretty damn good for a relatively inexpensive (less than $5 a stick) smoke. Arturo Fuente #5's (5 just means the factory it was made in) are also good, but a little more expensive at around $7-8 bucks a pop.

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No they suck I bought some and threw them out/sold them to stupid kids for a buck

not worth it, they stink and taste terrible

don't be cheap, go all the way!

Sure, the ones you had might have sucked, but 'Cuban' cigars really aren't the 'worlds' best anymore. I'm sure they still make some great ones. They were the best, but the embargo caused all the masters, growers and rollers to leave the country and ply their trade elsewhere. Hell, Tatuaje is made here in the US and is one of the better smokes out there for the price. If you don't care much about price, almost ANY Gurkha cigar is fantastic.
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dude I was wondering the same thing a little while back, when I turned 18 I wanted to get a really nice cigar and asked the lady at the tobacco store, but the most expensive thing they had was like 5 bucks..... so I got that... it tasted ****ty

Probably too strong for your tastes. I'm looking for something mild, and I'm on a BUDGET. Which is why I don't want to spend any more than $50 or so on the box if at all possible.

Edit: FEDS-91, thank you. I'll look into them.
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Probably too strong for your tastes. I'm looking for something mild, and I'm on a BUDGET. Which is why I don't want to spend any more than $50 or so on the box if at all possible.

Edit: FEDS-91, thank you. I'll look into them.

Check www.cigarsinternational.com. Generally where I get mine, if I don't do the local smoke shops.

And I added slightly more to my post above yours.
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If you don't care much about price, almost ANY Gurkha cigar is fantastic.


Gurkha cigars do kick ass. Realistically they're probably the best you can get
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#17
I'm limited to the local smoke shop, which is realistically a gas station with a humidor. I guess it's a "cigarette outlet" too. But, the point is that I have no credit card or paypal account, so I'm limited to offline sales.

Unless someone wants to donate, that is

Any Cuban UGers?
#18
i like CAO's. Not too expensive, and its about the only thing ill smoke anymore (not that i do a whole lot anyways...)

But you're not going to have a whole lot of options if you only want to spend $50 for a box. Maybe 80 or 90, but not for 50...

Post- Acids are good too, my buddy here loves the blondies. Both CAO and acid are outside your price range though.
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Gurkha cigars do kick ass. Realistically they're probably the best you can get

Wouldn't quite go that far. There are some that are in the ridiculous price range over $800 for one smoke. I've never had, nor do I expect to have one. But, for that price, not only should that cigar smell, taste and smoke sweeter than candy in a strippers pretty pristine beaver, but that thing better blow me, make me a sandwich and wash my car all that the same f**king time. But for the money...yes, Gurkha's are awesome.
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There are some that are in the ridiculous price range over $800 for one smoke. I've never had, nor do I expect to have one. But, for that price, not only should that cigar smell, taste and smoke sweeter than candy in a strippers pretty pristine beaver, but that thing better blow me, make me a sandwich and wash my car all that the same f**king time. But for the money...yes, Gurkha's are awesome.


Yeah... that's why I said realistically... I'm a man of luxury but I would never buy an $800 cigar. Think about it: you could give a hopeless teenager his first car for that much... heh.
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