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What kind of smoke to you like as far as cigar's go?? I like the Bolivar my self.
 

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I love cigars....but alas, I quit.
 

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bunzo351..... That is good and I'm happy for you. I only smoke one a week, I would smoke one a day if I could but I can't at $5.00 a cigar, so I guess it's a good thing.
 

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I like red dot Cohibas, Hoyo De Monterrey Excaliber 1066's but my favorites are Upmanns! :D
 

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2400....I have had the Excaliber's and I liked them as well, but they range about $8.00 here, and I like the Bolivar better at $5.00 a cigar. I don't like the Bolivar better due to the price (it helps) but I like the taste better. I have tried the Cohibas and I really did care for them (strong) I have not tried the Upmanns, but I will and I will let you know what I think.
 

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Heavy J, my wife buys mine on line and they usually run under $5 each. She got my last Upmanns for $60 a box (25) and she found a deal on crystal red dot Cohibas for $2.60 ea shipped. :D
 

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2400...Is she ordering through J&R?, I thought I would try and order through the internet but I would be afraid and get some cigars that are dried out.
 

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quote:Originally posted by Heavy J

2400...Is she ordering through J&R?, I thought I would try and order through the internet but I would be afraid and get some cigars that are dried out.
We tried them and they SUCK!
 

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That is what I would be afraid of, then I would be stuck with a box of cigs that I could not use. I have heard of putting a cigar in a baggy with a slice of apple inside with it and let it set for about a half a day and the cigar will come back to life.
 

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quote:Originally posted by Heavy J

That is what I would be afraid of, then I would be stuck with a box of cigs that I could not use. I have heard of putting a cigar in a baggy with a slice of apple inside with it and let it set for about a half a day and the cigar will come back to life.
There isn't much of a problem with dry cigars ordering off the web. If they are dry just put them in a cigar box with a damp sponge for a while.

My comment regarding J&R sucking was for their service. I ordered from them twice and both times they screwed up the order and substituted their own brand of cigars for the ones I ordered. It took forever to get them to send a call tag and my money back. It will be a cold day in hell before I ever order from them again.
 

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Never was big on the cigars but I smoked a pipe for a good while. That slice of apple trick I have used many times as that's the way my Grandfather would do it. It will keep the moisture in the tobacco.
 
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