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Favorite Cigars

What are your top five favorite cigars. You can formulate a list and you are also welcome to argue your top choices and also to politely comment on the list of others. All you cigar lovers out there don't be shy.

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  • 1. Ashton VSG.
    2. LFD Double ligero.
    3. AVO Puritos.
    4.Joyo de Nicaragua Antano.
    5. Brickhouse.

    Honorable mention:
    1. Opus x robusto.
    2. Rocky Patel Edge Corojo.
    3. CAO Gold.
    4. Olivia Serie V
    5. Perdomo Habano.
    6. San Cristobal Elegancia.
  • Additions to the Honorable mention list:

    Padron 1926 perfecto #1

    Diamond Crown Maximus Robusto

    Rocky Patel Vintage 1992

    Casa Magna Oscuro

    Estilo cubano

    Gurkha Grand Reserva

    There are so many wonderful and diverse cigars it much like snuffs and Snus are very difficult to make top 5 lists for. It is even cumbersome to attempt to create a top ten list.
  • nikonNUTnikonNUT Member
    edited January 2014 PM
    1) H. Upmann Half Corona
    2) Ramon Allones Specially Selected
    3) Partagas Serie D No.4
    4) Liga Privada #9 Toro
    5) Room 101 Namakubi Ecuador
    6) LFD Chapter One (Had to add this stick because they are SO freakin' amazing! My favorite LFD hands down))

    Honorable Mentions (They really all are favorites but since you said 5 or 6...)
    Liga Privada Ratzilla (Only honorable because they're gone :( )
    Opus X Super Belicoso
    Fuente Anejo in any vitola
    Tatajue 10th anni brown lables
    Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970 in any vitola
    Oliva Serie V Maduro Especial (Got a box of these hid)
    Liga Privada No.9 Flying Pig
    Liga Privada Feral Flying Pig


    Great thread BTW.
  • 1. Padron Anniversary (if for no other reason than my Father in-law bought me a box) but they are a fine smoke.
    2. Partagas Club (quick and tasty smoke)
    3. Macanudo Café or any type for that matter. This would be my close #1.
    4. Punch with a tilt towards the Elite Maduro
    5. Rocky Patel Cameron


    I lean towards Maduro type and have found favor with box packed cigars for some reason. I would never turn down a cigar- even if I have had it before and didn't care for it, knowing sometimes its worth a second go.
  • Montecristo No.3, No.2

    Cohiba Siglo (all sizes are good)

    Bolivar Royal Corona

    CAO Brazilia (my fishing smoke)
  • Partagas
    Romeo y Julieta
  • I just smoke a little cheapo SS now and again.. not a huge fan of ye olde cigs
  • I'm like @general_desaix with Copenhagen when it comes to cigars... Italian Toscano cigars are the only cigars I smoke. As GL Please put it... "The flavour of the Toscano cigar is wonderfully rich and intense..."
  • @Jammer Toscanos really are great cigars and typically come at a reasonable price as well. I tend to indulge in one from time to time.
  • Macanudo's but I havn't tried many.
  • edited February 2014 PM
    I used to love cigars when I drank, didn't know much about them, but I drive to Delaware to save five dollars on a single, here in PA they were $15 each. that was back in the 90 .I remember they were Montecristo cigars about 6 or more inch's long and smoked for a good 2+ hours. I don't think I could enjoy them today, I've been a pipe smoker and have thousands invested in this pastime. I am interest though in what you aficionado have enjoyed. And may pick up a few to try.
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Hoyo Epicure Especial are by far my favourite cigars, nice flavour profile and great construction, think I might have one now I think I've got about 3 left in my box.
  • @basement_shaman Especially if you were buying by the box I could see why making the trip to Delaware was worth (more so if you were in an area of PA that was to the Delaware state line), it's funny how state tobacco taxes really vary wildly from state to state. I have not had a Montecristo in few year, what I do like about them is that they are extremely consistent and of good quality. Also, they have vastly expanded the brand over the past couple of years, you have quite a bit more variety with that brand than you did years ago. Ever time I think I am acquainted with Montes, a new line comes out and the often tend to surprise me.
  • @R25 Never had them before, I think I will have to give them a shot, if can get the proper connections, lol.
  • @lunecat I am assuming Cubans, because in terms of the Cuban brand of Montes, the expression that I always hear the a significant amount of praise for is the No. 4. Also, the D.R. does not have any makes that match that title. Being an American I have not had much experience with Cubans, the only one I had was on a trip to Canada, ( one of the many variants of Punch), I guest my inquiry is somewhat understandable.
  • @R25 Never had them before, I think I will have to give them a shot, if can get the proper connections, lol.
    Lets see if we can work something out.

  • Back when cigars were my primary source of N, I liked Cain triple ligero cigars. Now that I have added a lot more snuff and pipe tobacco to the mix, my tolerance has gone way down. I recently had an Arturo Fuente Curlyhead Candela Panatela (cheap stick, in the clear wrapper) that I picked up from one of Cigars International's stores when I was out that way, and all I can think about is buying a box of those. That was a damn good stick, and not insanely high in N either.
  • I don't have a top 5. Punch rare corojo is my ONLY cigar. DEEELICIOUS!
  • Sancho panza box pressed light colored wrapper can't remember cigar name been so long perfect anytime cigar. CAO MX2. Romeo y Julieta Special Reserve Black and silver label. Acid Roam. Ashton are nice. Helix is tolerable for an cheapy i guess.
  • nosembossnosemboss Member
    edited March 2014 PM
    La Perla Habana "Black Pearl" Morado , so easy to smoke, bet it would be nice in Fall weather.
  • Sir Winston, Party 898, RASCC, Monte Especiale, RyJ Cazadores
  • Pretty much anything by Punch (have been and will continue to be my go to brand) CAO MX 2,Rocky Patel Edge Maduro, H.Uppman Reserve (1844 I think it is?) Typing this gives me the urge to take a look in the old humidor.
  • Took a little trip to Cigars International in Bethlehem Pa. on Monday. I went on a bit of a shopping spree to say the least. Bought around 75 cigars, these were all purchased in sampler packs so that I could broaden my horizons a bit cigar wise. I have only tried 2 but have already found another new favorite...Ramon Bueso Genesis the Project.

    On another note, I must say for anyone who lives within driving distance and likes cigars this is an awesome place to visit. For everyone else, they have a great website.
  • @outlawmobile
    Pretty much anything by Punch (have been and will continue to be my go to brand) CAO MX 2,Rocky Patel Edge Maduro, H.Uppman Reserve (1844 I think it is?) Typing this gives me the urge to take a look in the old humidor.
    The Rocky Patel Edge line really is an excellent value and do genuine produce some top notch cigars for the price and point.


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