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    Been Around the Block ShinDiggity's Avatar
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    What's in your humidor?

    If so what's your favorite brand? I am partial to Romeo Y Julieta 1875. I also enjoy one called Java and I was introduced to 5 Vega by ChrisB which was a great cigar. So what's in your humidor?
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    What's in your humidor?

    5 Black Onyx, 2 Connecticut wraps, & an open pouch of Backwoods Homeys.

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    Re: What's in your humidor?

    Nice...nothing is in mine right now. I cut way down so I just buy one or two a year now. Romeo & Juliets are a classic...can't go wrong. I really like the Acid Kuba Kuba...but any of the Acid cigars are good. I've had many different brands & even off brands...you would be surprised how good of cigar you could get for very little money. I used to save the bands so I wouldn't buy the same thing.
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    The cigars with no bands in my humidor are No 49 Factory Throwouts.... Bundle of 20 for 20$. Great cigar for the price and I leave my premiums for special occasions. I have never tried the Acids, but I see them at my local cigar store. I might have to try that one soon.
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    What's in your humidor?

    I also smoked a 5 Vegas with ChrisB it was damn good. Smooth and tasty. Lately I've been buying the Acids as well. Also San Lotano Robustos are great. I do like Robustos though so I'm a bit partial.

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    5 Vegas was really good. First time trying it. I was trying to find some locally here but they didn't have it.
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    Re: What's in your humidor?

    I'm an mx2 fan

    Glad to see some fellow cigar livers on here.



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    No humidor, never smoked enough to justify one. Last few I've smoked were all from Cuba.

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    What's in your humidor?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShinDiggity View Post
    If so what's your favorite brand? I am partial to Romeo Y Julieta 1875. I also enjoy one called Java and I was introduced to 5 Vega by ChrisB which was a great cigar. So what's in your humidor?
    Wow, nice collection you got there!

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    Re: What's in your humidor?

    Wanna see my humidor? I bet its the most badassery one here lmao

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