Would you like a Cigar?

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I'm cheap my favorites are Brazilian box press and some darker tobacco Cubans that I can't remember the name of top it off with a glass of some whiskey on the rocks and relax on the front porch.
 

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I'm 100 percent on board with what Uncle Sauce said. I also have some cheap (but good in flavor) cigars for those who don't smoke often, and wouldn't know the difference between a $4.00 cigar and a $15.00 cigar. One of my smoking friend gave a non smoker a Cuban cigar, and after smoking less than a third of the cigar, he smashed it and threw it away. I looked at my friend and told him, that he should have given him a cheap cigar, and not a premium cigar. Live & learn. :ROFLMAO:
 

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I'm 100 percent on board with what Uncle Sauce said. I also have some cheap (but good in flavor) cigars for those who don't smoke often, and wouldn't know the difference between a $4.00 cigar and a $15.00 cigar. One of my smoking friend gave a non smoker a Cuban cigar, and after smoking less than a third of the cigar, he smashed it and threw it away. I looked at my friend and told him, that he should have given him a cheap cigar, and not a premium cigar. Live & learn. :ROFLMAO:

I'm 100 percent on board with what Uncle Sauce said. I also have some cheap (but good in flavor) cigars for those who don't smoke often, and wouldn't know the difference between a $4.00 cigar and a $15.00 cigar. One of my smoking friend gave a non smoker a Cuban cigar, and after smoking less than a third of the cigar, he smashed it and threw it away. I looked at my friend and told him, that he should have given him a cheap cigar, and not a premium cigar. Live & learn. :ROFLMAO:
$15 is about what the Brazilian cigars run and $18 to $20 for the Cubans depending on size and shape their cigars in the shop i go to that are over $1000. I have had some more expensive ones but always go back to the Brazilians for some reason.
 

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On tonight’s menu...
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Are you at the Cape? when you can, let me know how difficult it was to get there with your rifle. That is if you took one. LOL!!!!!
 

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@DieJager, I like those cigars very much and the company is one of the oldest cigar maker in Nicaragua. BTW, I was born there, and maybe that is why I am very fond of Nicaraguan cigars. LOL!!!! BTW, the Joyas de Nicaragua were President/dictator Somoza's favorite cigars. A bit of history. ;)
 

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@DieJager, I like those cigars very much and the company is one of the oldest cigar maker in Nicaragua. BTW, I was born there, and maybe that is why I am very fond of Nicaraguan cigars. LOL!!!! BTW, the Joyas de Nicaragua were President/dictator Somoza's favorite cigars. A bit of history. ;)
Thank you for sharing. I love history and those little know facts, learned something new (y)

In my humble opinion Nicaragua makes the best cigars. Period.
 

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