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Toss up between a 7.75" torpedo or a 7.7" x52 Gran Churchill.

Both would be$350+ a box too.

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A lot of 109-style caps showing up in this thread...

 

Are you listening, Habanos?*

 

 

 

* and before you respond, I know the answer is 'no'  😜

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6x45 with a dimple in the finished cap. Called the .45 Long Colt.... :lol3:

Actually, I like Shrink's Upmann dalia.

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The corona cigar has long since been invented, and hasn't been equalled.

What about the Corona Corona? That’s like double. Check and mate.


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16 hours ago, JohnS said:

Bring back the Ninfa! 33 ring gauge x 178 mm (or 7 inches). The Por Larranaga Montecarlos is close at 19 mm shorter in length, but I'd love to smoke this vitola!

Personally if this vitola (PLMC) delivered the varied experience I love with the complexity I expect from Cuban tobacco, it’s likely all I’d ever smoke.

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A Cuban blend of DREW's Feral Flying Pig would be sweeeet 

 

Our cuban 'butifarra' just doesnt quite cut

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So glad to hear all the ninfa fans speak up, just give me a trinidad ninfa and both my smoking needs and my storage problems would be answered. 🤸‍♂️

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Ohhh -  any ole' Monte No.2/Diplo No.2/H. Upmann No.2 pyramide size will do for me just fine.  After that my magical vitola size would be 6 &1/2 x 45 ring gauge.

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6 hours ago, SenorPerfecto said:

The corona cigar has long since been invented, and hasn't been equalled.

:perfect10:

 

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A salamones. But with the head being the fat part and the foot being a skinny part. Stronger kick tobacco when you light the cigar. And gets mellow and refine as you get to the nub.

Call it the reverso


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3 culebras, braided together.

Un noeud de vipère, if you will.

Also, unlike a regular culebra, you smoke all 9 cigars at once.

Then you promptly throw up.

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With the "75% of the time" taken in to account I wouldn't mind a 46 x 4 4/5 Ramon Allones. The length of a robusto but a little slimmer. 

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On August 15, 2018 at 6:53 AM, 99call said:

In all serious, for me It's always the "Fancy tales". The bastard child of a Solomones and a Lonsdale. what could look better in a ribboned 50 cab!

 

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Was going to reference the Flechas, but upon review, the Fancy Tales is more, so, that!

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8 hours ago, LordAnubis said:

A salamones. But with the head being the fat part and the foot being a skinny part. Stronger kick tobacco when you light the cigar. And gets mellow and refine as you get to the nub.

Call it the reverso

Wait - just smoke some Salomones reverso!

You're welcome!:party:

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Pyramid Plus - 52 X 7"

Monte #2

Bolivar Belicosos as El Pres calls it "The Guinness of cigars!!!

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