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I've never had an ACID Cigar that I've liked. I'm not big on the flavor infused cigars though. The only exception to flavored cigars for me are Miami Suites Irish Cream. It's a small and cheap cigar with a surprisingly good taste for the price. They're only like $20 for 30 of them. I like them for a quick smoke or when I'm outside working around the house.
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I like the cohibas
Everyone and their mother like a real Cuban. If anyone can get the real thing chome in. I'm willing to pay... Anyone from Dubai should be able to help

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I've never had an ACID Cigar that I've liked. I'm not big on the flavor infused cigars though. The only exception to flavored cigars for me are Miami Suites Irish Cream. It's a small and cheap cigar with a surprisingly good taste for the price. They're only like $20 for 30 of them. I like them for a quick smoke or when I'm outside working around the house.
What Acids have you tired? Te Acids ive had have all tasted great, but hr cigar doesn't burn evenly.
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I usually have a couple cigars a week. I have a 1000 count humidor at the house. I have 5 boxes in it right now and a bunch of single sticks that I've bought or been given randomly.

The boxes in there right now are Padron Exclusivo Maduro and Natural(x2), Davidoff Aniversario No. 3 and Cohiba Toros.

The Perdomo Lot 23s are good. I need to pick up more of those.
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Right now in my humidor I have:
Montecristo, Cohiba (habana), Cohiba (Dominican), A.Fuente (gran reserva), and lastly some Hoyo De Tradicón. The last one is very mild good if you want to start off with something nice but not to strong.


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I've never smoked a cigar.. But plan on buying one when my baby is born in 10 weeks.. Or hopefully someone will give me one at the baby shower LOL
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I have been smoking cigars for over thirty years. Mostly Cubans that I do buy when in Dubai or outside the country while on business. I am not doing much now due to projects slowing down (architect), but our Canadian friends could help out there. Be careful buying Cuban cigars here. There are A lot of fakes and prices are rudiculus. I am telling you; try Tatueji for as close as you can get to a good Cuban. There are a lot of blends depending on what you like along with good pricing. Check out cigar afucianado a nd you will see them or just Google.
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Not an aficianado but I do like a good stoogie every now and then. Had a customer buy me a box of Arturo Fuente Royal Saludes for tuning his Corvette. Enjoyed them quite a bit. I might have to pick up some for the next MSHS event.

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Smoked quite a bit of them back in the day. Philly style!
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I love cigars. I actually have about 3 humidors busting at the seams. In turn, I also do design work for Oliva Cigars sister company Studio Tobac whom make the Nub and Cain brands. Therefore, I always have those on hand! Great smokes. Anyone go to the CigarsInternational CigarFest the past few years? Ive been working the booth.

Aside from those, I love Montecristo Media Noches, Liga Privada T52 & No. 9's, Ashton VSG, Oliva V, G and O's, Padron and CAO VR's.

I liked ACIDs way back when I first started smoking, but over the years my palate shifted away from the flavor infused cigars. One infused cigar that I still enjoy once in a blue moon is the Natural Dirt Torpedo. Its made by Drew Estate, who also makes the ACIDs. I like it because it tastes like a standard maduro, but much sweeter because of its spices and construction with some pipe tobacco.
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What Acids have you tired? Te Acids ive had have all tasted great, but hr cigar doesn't burn evenly.
I couldn't tell you which Acid cigars they were. It was probably 5 years ago that I had tried them and can't remember.
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