What's your latest NC purchase?


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Bought these from the B&M I'm a member of. Been waiting a long time for these. Eye Of the Shark.  

First time buying NCs in a long, long time so I went with some safe bets: Padrón 1964 Anniversary Exclusivos Tatuaje (Miami) Selección de Cazador Noellas Padron w

Arturo Fuente 8-5-8 Rosado Sun Grown

Been smoking through a box of Davidoff Gran Cru No. 1's and they've been incredibly consistent, mild smokes. Great for a first stick of the day. Definitely very pricey, I don't think I've seen one stick with any irregularity

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Last box of NC I bought was the La Colmena Amado 36 in March.....don't buy many NC these days.

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This is a great idea

I would like to encourage all US forum members go google Cigar Rights of America sampler. You can get a great sampler at a good price, and support fighting the control freaks that are making it illegal to smoke cigars everywhere.

Fight, brothers! Fight!

(I don't think I am breaking any rules, but if I am please delete this post)

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Pretty sure my next box NC box purchase will be the Tabaquero Hamlet Salamones!

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zero / zilch / nada ..........with this site no need for nc's in my book!

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Bought a Fuente of some kind in a cigar lounge in New Orleans a few weeks ago so I could smoke my CC's and not feel guilty about sitting in their lounge. In addtition to the cheap NC, I bought about $60 worth of rum/coke.

I just have never found a NC that beats a CC, and I smoked NC's for about 12 years before finding Rob and other vendors that sell over the internet. I'm a CC snob now.

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Box of L’atelier CÔte D’or.... A fairly limited release, with a flavor I find to be a mix between the Tatuaje Black Label and the standard L'atelier line (two of my favorite NCs). I plan to rest these for a year or more to see how the flavor matures.

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I agree 100%

Bought a Fuente of some kind in a cigar lounge in New Orleans a few weeks ago so I could smoke my CC's and not feel guilty about sitting in their lounge. In addtition to the cheap NC, I bought about $60 worth of rum/coke.

I just have never found a NC that beats a CC, and I smoked NC's for about 12 years before finding Rob and other vendors that sell over the internet. I'm a CC snob now.

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Haven't bought a box of NC in a couple of years, but do buy singles or fivers to support the local BM.

Same here. Thankfully my local b&m has the NC I enjoy. Illusione, Crowned Heads...

Last pickup was:

Crowned Heads TAA Angel's Anvil 2015

Las Calaveras 2015 robusto & corona gorda

Tatuaje Casita Criolo which I remember as enjoyable, but this stick was garbage.

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My last two boxes were E.P. Carillo Reglias Real and Zino Platinum Masters. Excellent cigars and do well in long stretches.

But I have been mainly buying from Rob for the past two years and the only reason I got the Zino Platinums was because I got them for $2.50 a stick and needed something to give to my father-in-law when he smokes 5 cigars a day and doesn't taste them at all.

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The last box of NCs I bought was Hemingway Work of Art Maduro. That was about 4 yrs ago before I dipped my toes in the CC water. Since then.....nada.

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