Any fellow cigar smokers out there? I'd be interested to talk cigars...what you smoke, where you buy. Hope I'm not the only one....
I really like the RomeoyJulieta Vintage #5 myself. In fact, that was the first cigar I ever smoked, and from the first puff I was impressed. My tastes tend to run more to the mild side, and my favorite is probably the Macanudo Gold Label. I'd like to try some candelas, but they're almost impossible to get as cigar shops don't usually sell them as singles, nor do the online stores. Have you ever tried them, and if you have, what did you think? Do you usually buy at the smoke shop, or are there online stores you think are good? Do tell....im a fan of C.A.O and romeoyjulieta cigars myself....theres a great smoke shop and lounge in my town that sells cigars and tobacco products...they have this great lounge for smoking cigars and watching TV in
im also a member of the annapolis, MD smokeing club lounge, and ill occasionally go down and smoke a nice cigar by the bay
I've bought from Cigars International, Thompson, and the Las Vegas Cigar Company (they custom rolled some flavored cigars as well as a milder blend for me...very cool).ivee never bought online myself, but my dad swears by cigar world mail order catalouges
i just stick to smoke shops or rolling my own myself...im enjoying a macaundo gold label fresh out of my humidor as we speak
That's too bad, man! When you cross back into Canada across the border, I wonder if the authorities there search very hard or would even care if they found cigars aboard. Might be worth a try.Hey Kev,
Unfortunately we have to buy local as our federal laws forbid any mail or courier of tobacco products. While there are some companies that claim high success rates for delivery, some are caught and I don't need to know I just bought a box for the next Border guard office party...and I'm sure my mail and border crossings would be much more closely scanned if it happened...no need to guarantee I need to lube up and bend down further before flying
I actually really like the local experience too. The owner at my shop is always quick to offer up great suggestions when I'm looking for something new and seems to know exactly what to ask to find a good smoke!
Are you online shopping or hitting the local tobacconist?
What kind of Romeo Y Julieta do you smoke? I've pretty much settled on the Vintage #5 and still have about 20 left from my last purchase. What a great cigar!For quickies I smoke Backwoods Natural... for long smoke I select between Cohibas, Monte Cristo and Romeo Y Julieta ... and glass of single malt scotch or rum.