Question: “Last Cigar” & “One for the rest of your life”?

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  1. akpreacherplayz

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    Ok I have two questions:

    1. If you could only smoke one more cigar what would it be?

    2. If you could only smoke one cigar for the rest of your life what would it be?

    And don’t post your top 5 or whatever that would defeat the purpose of the question. One answer for each!


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    1. I would smoke the Davidoff Yamasa my son gave me last year that I’m saving for his college graduation.

    2. Nica Libre Silver would be my forever cigar.
     
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    They sound like the same question to me.:eek:
     
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    The first question was more like a last meal, you can only smoke one single cigar. The second was more of a you can smoke only one cigar but as many of that one specific cigar as you want.


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    mjones9630 Who?

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    I give different answers everytime I think about something like this, so I've yet to find either.. and doubt I will. Variety is the spice of life!
     
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    Sobremesa.
     
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    Hmmm due to my being new to cigar smoking I am finding it difficult to answer this. On one hand do I just pick an expensive highly rated cigar that I’ve never tried just so I can try it and run the risk of not liking it. On the other hand I could just go with the best one I’ve had yet and not risk having my last cigar be a terrible experience.

    So with that in mind

    1. Padron 1964 (because I’ve always wanted to try one)

    2. Ezra Zion Jamais Vu (best cigar I’ve had yet)


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    I’m gonna toss this in here for all of us bargain shoppers,

    1-Perdomo lot 23 maduro toro

    2-Bahia maduro corona gigante

    Cheers!
     
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    What impressed you about the Ezra Zion ?
    What makes it better than previous cigars ?
     
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    I enjoyed everything about it, great burn, lots of smoke and great flavor from start to finish!


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    Being perfect honest there are to many Cigar I have never smoked available in 2018.

    For over 15 years I smoked nothing but a Cigar grown & rolled in Hondouras. It was from a small importer in Los Angeles that control everything. her had a Sungrown & Maduro that came in four or five different sizes.

    The gentleman sold bundles of 20 or 25 with private labels, and his own generic label. I call them "Brad" special as the guy I order from after being able to walk in and by, later he UPSed to me, was named was Brad. Most of his Cigar went to B & M in the USA, and a chain called Tender Box that had about 150 stores accross the USA.

    Some people would say I was in a rut, I was happy with those sticks. Remember when most of what was easily available was El Producto's & White Owl, when those two brand were long leaf Cigar, and we're good stuff.
     
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    Haha well I’m new to cigar smoking so I don’t think I’m gonna be much help but I’ll give it a shot.

    From what I remember it was medium body medium strength, it had a good mix of spices not really a red pepper spice but more of a baking spice, there was a well rounded sweetness and the hint of fruit that i can’t place with a long finish.


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    If i had to choose one i almost wouldnt smoke or would smoke alot less frequently i need variaty
     
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    I'll play. Last cigar ever? Andalusia Bull. Had one after the eclipse last August and it was amazing.

    One cigar for the rest of my life? Tougher to answer, but I'll go with Pardon 1964 Maduro. Mighty fine smokeable.
     
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    Edmundo dantes Conde 54
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