Favorite is Avo #2. Creamy and smooth yet has a little bit of flavor to it. This past year, I've been trying bolder and bolder cigars with a few Cuban's mixed in. I guess I'm a wimp because I nearly cried trying to finish one
I don't partake of them enough, I enjoy them immensely when I do.
Don't feel bad... many people think that Cuban's are well past their prime as the best in the world... so many of the cigar makers have left Cuba and have been producing (even with Cuban seed?) in other countries... Like with wines, you like what you like... it doesn't have to be from some obscure region in France... Oregon might be just as good...
NCpilot - I have to agree with you. The best advice I ever got about stoges was this : find one that you like for under 10 bucks , and never mind where is was from. The only thing that matters is if you enjoy it or not .
I think that most cuban cigars are way over priced and hyped.
I just came across a killer cigar for only $4.25 called "Cusano 18". It's aged 18 years and it's a paired maduro. It left the best taste in my mouth for about an hour after I finished it. I got the robusto but it comes in several sizes. If anyone likes milder cigars the Zino classic from Davidoff is good for the $$. It's about $5.00.
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