I keep my bones strong with the help of OvaltineKeep hydrated and enjoy the wonderful taste of chocolate! Win-win!
I think he mentioned Grape Swishers and Apple Black and Milds with the plastic mouth pieces.What cigars are you looking for?
What cigars are you looking for?
So, it sounds like he needs something like an acid, but with more flavor..So i started on infused cigars I had most can flavors and a few different acid blue labels and a Victor Sinclar. I feel like I've graduated from these because I struggle to get flavor out of these and I feel no buzz at all. I like that kinda toasty cream hue with some pepper at the finish. What should I try as a more medium bodied cigar. Also I want to try a maduro wrapper.
19, I have vaped the Juul I have one we used to pass them around the hockey locker room before games back in high school only used it a few times since. And no because my dad used to smoke black n milds on vacation and I always thought they were gross and basically cheap flavored cigs when I was younger.Sounds like he listed two new NHIE's
You're 18 and have never smoked either of these? My money says you've smoked a JUUL though.
I would highly recommend going online and picking up the following:A good selection of caos like the Brazila And a good selection of 5-8 dollar sticks
thank you I will definitely take a look at those, I always see the flatheads at my local shop and have thought about going and picking one up they seem very goodI would highly recommend going online and picking up the following:
• Fuente 8-5-8 Natural
• Fuente 8-5-8 Maduro
• Crowned Heads Luminosa
• CAO Flathead
• La Gloria Cubana
• Padron X000 Series
Those will give you a pretty good mix of leaves and country nuances to jump start your journey. Once you are done burning through these, let me know which one(s) is/are your favorite(s). Also, all of these pair great with Coffee, Root Beer, and Dr. Pepper.
There is a lot to learn on this journey ahead of you. This forum will be a great resource for you in cigars and cigar etiquette.
If you have local cigar shops, they can often be a great resource of knowledge as well for obvious reasons. Not all cigar shops are great, but I find that the vast majority are really really good. I personally prefer to buy cigars in stores vs. online retailers. Again, just a personal preference. I mentioned online stores because I thought I read somewhere that your local cigar shop was throwing in the towel.thank you I will definitely take a look at those, I always see the flatheads at my local shop and have thought about going and picking one up they seem very good