What is your everday cigar?

Double D

alphabetically challenged
I am just wondering what most people like for an everday smoke. I have not decided yet there are a few i would consider mostly due to price. The Masada,Iguana(maduro),Qurom all seem to be ok for everyday smokes. I am not saying they are my favorites but for a short smoke or everyday any of these are ok but im still trying to smoke a large variety to find my favorite.

P.s i know there are lot of english proffesors on here so i apolagize for any mistakes.
 

VotTak

Member
So many people with different tastes around here... Everyone would come up with his own preferences which might be(most of the time) completely different(than yours).
Don't really see how that would help you choosing sticks for youself...
Or I might miss the purpose of post...

Probably if you would give a hint on what do you like than it would be easier to suggest.
What do you think?
 

BlindedByScience

Proud Father of a brave U.S. Marine
I still have some "random" sticks I'm working my way through that I got from samplers / passes / trades / etc, but my "go to" smokes include Padron Fumas / 2K's, and for a smaller smoke, I really like the LaLuna Colada sized LLNF's. I was recently gifted a couple of La Flor Dominicana Ligero L300's and they are probably going to take a spot in the cooler sooner than later; a very spicy, nice smoke.

I also seem to smoke a premium or three every week....Padron 64/26's, and ISOM or two, etc.

Regards - B.B.S.
 

CoventryCat86

Corresponding authority
Everyday, I smoke something DIFFERENT than the day before and I never smoke two of the same cigar in one day (well, a couple of days ago, I actually broke that rule but it was the first time ever and I only did it by accident :D ).

If you smoke the same cigar everyday, chances are very good that you'll get sick of it in no time.
 

Wurm

Bratwurst and Beer
VotTak said:
So many people with different tastes around here... Everyone would come up with his own preferences which might be(most of the time) completely different(than yours).
Don't really see how that would help you choosing sticks for youself...
Or I might miss the purpose of post...

Probably if you would give a hint on what do you like than it would be easier to suggest.
What do you think?
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He did post a few of his everyday smokes. I pretty sure hes asking what everyone's "go to" sticks are and isn't looking for a recommendation.

At the moment I'm going to have to say the 5vegas 'A' is my everyday stick.

Those Iguana Maduros you gave me to try are also really good Double D, I still think we need to break down and order a 10er of the candelas to try.

I'm hoping when the P. Fumas finally arrive I'll have a new everyday natural smoke. I like the Maduros but I really love natural wrapper cigars, and lately bro we have been smoking everything but lol
 

The Master

New Member
My current rotation has the following cigars.

Cuban Cigars:

Upmann Super Corona 2000

Upmann Corona Major 2002

Partagas Serie Du Connoisseur 1 1998

RyJ Churchill dress box and Tubo 1998

Sancho Panza Molinos 1998

Bolivar Corona Extra 1998 Dress box and 1999 Cabinet

Cohiba Siglo III 1999

Rafael Gonzalez Corona Extra 1998 , Lonsdale 1997

Le Hoyo Epi 1 1998 and 00

Punch SS 2 1998

Punch Punch 1998

Punch SS 1 1999

Punch Royal Selection 11 1999

Bolivar Corona Gigante 1998

Le Hoyo Des Dieux 1999

Trinidad Coloniales 03

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Non Cubans are the following:

PAM Monarca and Corona

Diamond Crown # 6

Don Carlos # 3

Ashton Cabinet # 8

Ashtown Aged Maduro # 20

Opus X Fuente Fuente

Davidoff Millenium Lonsdale

Davidoff Annivarsario Tubo # 3

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Golf course cigars are the following

Padron Ambassadors, Churchills, Palmas and 6000 in Maduro

JR Ultimate Cetros in double Maduro

El Rey Del Mundo in Maduro
 

Swifty

Dismember
I agree with CC. I usually smoke something different from the last time I smoked.
That said, one of my favorite (for budget as well as palate considerations) "go to" cigars would be Tampa Sweetheart #280 Maduros.
 

Baron Porthos

All for One and One for All
I don't smoke every day, also try not to smoke the same cigar two days in a row.
Exodus 1959.
Torano of some kind.
 

sduke

New Member
The Master said:
My current rotation has the following cigars.

Cuban Cigars:
Upmann Super Corona 2000
Upmann Corona Major 2002
Partagas Serie Du Connoisseur 1 1998
RyJ Churchill dress box and Tubo 1998
Sancho Panza Molinos 1998
Bolivar Corona Extra 1998 Dress box and 1999 Cabinet
Cohiba Siglo III 1999
Rafael Gonzalez Corona Extra 1998 , Lonsdale 1997
Le Hoyo Epi 1 1998 and 00
Punch SS 2 1998
Punch Punch 1998
Punch SS 1 1999
Punch Royal Selection 11 1999
Bolivar Corona Gigante 1998
Le Hoyo Des Dieux 1999
Trinidad Coloniales 03

Non Cubans are the following:
PAM Monarca and Corona
Diamond Crown # 6
Don Carlos # 3
Ashton Cabinet # 8
Ashtown Aged Maduro # 20
Opus X Fuente Fuente
Davidoff Millenium Lonsdale
Davidoff Annivarsario Tubo # 3

Golf course cigars are the following
Padron Ambassadors, Churchills, Palmas and 6000 in Maduro
JR Ultimate Cetros in double Maduro
El Rey Del Mundo in Maduro
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Damn! That's nice! :0 :thumbs:


Unfortunately, I'm still in the Minor Leagues. My regulars are Ashton Maduro #50, Padron Fumas and whatever new (to me) maduro I can get my hands on. I second what CC86 said, though: smoking the same thing over and over--even a good one--tends to become boring, so I change pace with various mild smokes occasionally, like a Don Diego.

SteveD.
 

Tech

Man of Few Posts
To me it's dictated by mood, amount of time I have and the surroundings. I mostly rotate through AF Don Carlos / Hemingway (mostly Maduro), a variety of LFD (including LG Diez), and PAMs. Toss in a number of Sungrown based sticks and the Cubans when the mood strikes. I like a hearty smoke.
 

indyrob

You smell like my sausage!
I go the other route. I have a benchmark cigar, Flor de Cano Predelictos A/T.

That's my usual almost everyday cigar that I burn 3-4 times a week. I figure that without a benchmark how can I honestly say what's better/worse than my everyday tastes.
 

jstrat

New Member
I too try to smoke a differnt cigar each time, but when I can't make a decision, I seem to grab an AF Short Story or a CAO Robusto (either the Maduro or the Cameroon). Tasty and relatively cheap.
 

Bill Clinton

Part of the Ron Jeremy Generation
I usually smoke a different brand of cigar every time. That's because I purchased a whole bunch of 5 packs last year and I let them age in my humidor for almost 1 year now.

I usually smoke a Hoyo De Monterrey Dark Sumatra Espresso, or an El Rey Del Mundo, or a JDN, or an Arturo Fuente Chateau, or a whole bunch of other different brands that I have which I cannot remember the names of.
 

Zach

Addicted to race cars
My everyday "go-to" cigars would consist of my Montecristo White's or the Padron 2000 Maduros.
 

macallan2

New Member
I smoke whatever I'm in the mood for. I smoke a lot of Hemingways (mostly sigs and masterpieces) but I also love the fumas 'cause I don't sweat it if I have to let it go for some reason. As for the cubans my go-to would be the Fonseca Cosacos. These little guys are relatively inexpensive and quite tasty. I've found myself smoking a lot of Opus and Anejo lately but now my stash is under 30 sticks so it's back to the other stuff.
 

tdog

Member
My go-to smoke as well.

Baron Porthos said:
I don't smoke every day, also try not to smoke the same cigar two days in a row.
Exodus 1959.
Torano of some kind.
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elvergun

New Member
The Master said:
My current rotation has the following cigars.

Cuban Cigars:

Upmann Super Corona 2000

Upmann Corona Major 2002

Partagas Serie Du Connoisseur 1 1998

RyJ Churchill dress box and Tubo 1998

Sancho Panza Molinos 1998

Bolivar Corona Extra 1998 Dress box and 1999 Cabinet

Cohiba Siglo III 1999

Rafael Gonzalez Corona Extra 1998 , Lonsdale 1997

Le Hoyo Epi 1 1998 and 00

Punch SS 2 1998

Punch Punch 1998

Punch SS 1 1999

Punch Royal Selection 11 1999

Bolivar Corona Gigante 1998

Le Hoyo Des Dieux 1999

Trinidad Coloniales 03

------------------------------------------------------

Non Cubans are the following:

PAM Monarca and Corona

Diamond Crown # 6

Don Carlos # 3

Ashton Cabinet # 8

Ashtown Aged Maduro # 20

Opus X Fuente Fuente

Davidoff Millenium Lonsdale

Davidoff Annivarsario Tubo # 3

------------------------------------------------

Golf course cigars are the following

Padron Ambassadors, Churchills, Palmas and 6000 in Maduro

JR Ultimate Cetros in double Maduro

El Rey Del Mundo in Maduro
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Is this a list of your favorite smokes? Do you really smoke PAMs and VSGs and such on a daily basis?

I think some of the cigars on your would be categorized "special occasion" smokes by most people.

If you do, you are one lucky dude. :thumbs:
 

Mr Peat

Rich Perelman, "Loren you have a Godlike Presence.
Smoking alot of Rocky Patel Vintage 1990's lately. Some Fonseca 5-50's, Hoyo's, El Rey's, Bolivars, and La Flor Domicana's. the list is endless. All depends on if I want a arse whooping smoke or just something mellow and light. :D
 
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