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What is the cigar you would choose to be your one and only?

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Word. There’s something about the box press that’s just not quite as nice as a beautiful, perfectly round cigar from a cab.

Question for all of you that have answered so far: if you were told that you could only have your second or third choice and not your first, what would your level of disappointment be?

I’m not sure I would be all that terribly upset. Like, if my beloved Punch Punch were removed from the table, I could easily fall back on H Upmann Connie 1’s, or HdM Ep2, or ERDM CS, or... or...

Anyone else feel that way?
Yup - same feelings here. They all share a similar thread IMO, so anything in my top 10 I’d be happy to smoke for the rest of my life. And that includes smokes like the lovely/lowly RGPC.


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Surprising even myself with my answer (my gut would immediately scream PL Panatela or HUHC)... I'd take the HU Mag46.
I would have chosen the PLP as well if not for the fact that it has been discontinued :cry:
 
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Pricey anymore, but I'd have to go with Trinidad Fundy. Best lancero on the market. The Media Luna's, assuming they continue their stellar run, would be a close second.
 
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Meh, they're the same size as a number of NC lanceros, so I tend to think of them that way. Vitolas tend to have some flexibility, especially when you include the whole rather than pigeon-hole to CC or NC. Like, there are some CC called "robustos" but they are 4.88 not 5 inches long. Other examples out there, your mileage may vary, etc.
 

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Meh, they're the same size as a number of NC lanceros, so I tend to think of them that way. Vitolas tend to have some flexibility, especially when you include the whole rather than pigeon-hole to CC or NC. Like, there are some CC called "robustos" but they are 4.88 not 5 inches long. Other examples out there, your mileage may vary, etc.
All true, but the Fundys are still closer to a classic lonsdale size than a classic lancero size.
 
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