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Dog Walking Cigar Rotation

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I know this is been covered many many moons ago. But I wanted to see what peoples go-to's for dog walking cigars are these days. I typically keep this rotation on tap but maybe I should switch it up. My walks are typically 45-50mins daily with my Clifford sized golden retriever Vinny.

1) RG Perlas - Consistently my favorite. Good burn / Develops nicely / I don't have think to much about it. I don't feel bad that I have to sit down to enjoy it.

2) Partagas Short - Hit or miss on my walks. It's a borderline walking cigar for me. Some out of my recent cab are so good I'd rather sit down and enjoy so I don't pull from here to often. 

3) El Rey Del Mundo Demi Tasse - Either too short or too harsh most of the time. I've had a mixed bag with these. When there good it's great but typically it's only a 30min affair. I'm a Choix Supreme fan and when I smoke these I just wish I had that but it's too much of a cigar for the walks.

I've been thinking of adding/testing these to switch it up a little:

1) Petit Quintero - I had this once but it was so long ago I don't remember what it tasted like. I remember I liked it.

2) Le Hoyo Du Depute

 

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I have some Shorts, PQ and BCJ aging just for this purpose. Have a new puppy coming in late October. 

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Perlas, Petit Quintero, Mananitas usually here.


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On 7/16/2020 at 1:32 PM, dshot said:

 Le Hoyo Du Depute-

 

-I love these too much to subject one to the elements (wind especially) in a dog walk.

I normally smoke yard gar NCs on dog walks.   If I do smoke a Cuban it will be a Quintero or a Piedra.

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5 hours ago, Cairo said:

-I love these too much to subject one to the elements (wind especially) in a dog walk.

I normally smoke yard gar NCs on dog walks.   If I do smoke a Cuban it will be a Quintero or a Piedra.

Interesting, might try some short Piedras. I have the cazadores but there to long for my dog walks.

Update on this experiment. RG Perlas is a total keeper. I've been rotating in Vegueros Mananitas & Quintero. So far so good. Perlas are still king. Mananitas can get a little harsh in the beginning and Quintero sometimes loses it flavor in the final half but is enjoyable.

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