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Old 06-22-2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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Cigars... Who smokes them?

This maybe a touchy subject to some, but to me cigars and camping go hand in hand. Nothing like relaxing with a beverage and a nice smoke. Who else agrees? I mostly go for CAO or Perdomo.
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Old 06-22-2012, 10:10 PM   #2
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A Fuente Hemingway with a glass of Crown Royal on the rocks, sitting around the campfire over looking a trout stream....man, it doesn't get any better than that!
I have had luck with most any A. Fuente from their curly heads to the Opus X.
I really like their candella (green wrapper) cigars.
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Old 06-22-2012, 10:27 PM   #3
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Yes sir, a good cigar with a 20 year old tawny port.

One of life's simple pleasure, well for me.
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La Flor Dominicana DL670, a nice full bodied smoke just perfect for relaxing around the fire.
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Old 06-22-2012, 11:00 PM   #5
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Anything Drew Estate (Acid, Natural, Tabak), CAO Flavours, and Erin Go Bragh for flavoreds. Good with a light beer or refreshing mixer while relaxing.

Romeo & Juliet (I have some Havana Limited 2007 torpedoes in my collection ), Nub, Montecristo, La Gloria Serie R and N (very smooth), and Rocky Patel for mild smooth smokes. Good with an amber beer and some salty snacks by a campfire.

Skull & Bones, some Deisels, or a Drew Estate Dynasty if you want a good strong full bodied smoke.

Just a few of my favorites. I just ordered a batch from Cigars International of about 200 sticks. Had to stock up for the summer
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This maybe a touchy subject to some, but to me cigars and camping go hand in hand. Nothing like relaxing with a beverage and a nice smoke. Who else agrees? I mostly go for CAO or Perdomo.
I never have smoked any type of tobacco product - but I do like the aroma of a good cigar (don't ask me what "good" is), guess that comes from when my Dad smoked them.

Besides my wife does not allow any smoking at all in the house,car, RV, or TV.

I know - I'm ....
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:41 AM   #7
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I am a former cigarette smoker, 6 years now. I have a good friend that said last summer it would be great to smoke some cigars at his house on the river, but alas he was flooded out last summer. So this year I thought I would get some to smoke with my camping buddies, only one joined me, but I love it, even if I still think I smell bad the next day
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