Currently my favorite line is Carlos Torano. A 1959 Exodus is always a good day to day smoke. Ashton VSG are great for a good celebration. Padron line is also quite good. The 3000 and 6000 series i think are the best. Davidoff's are nice but there are much better cigars out there. Not really worth the money. CAO Italia has been pretty good. I like the Brazilla line.
Some other great ones that I smoke reguarly are the La Gloria Cubana series Maduro. The Wavell and R series #6's are good. That #6 is intimidating :lol 6x60 darkest wrapper i've seen yet on a cigar
For an everyday smoke I bought a box of Romeo Y Julieta's Bully's in natural. Those are good to pass out to friends who "think" they know how to smoke but usually end up trashing it.
Try and stay away from Thompson cigar's and company. The few cigars I've had from them have been down right horrible. No draw, canoeing, bad taste :barf
A good investment is a torch lighter, makes a world of difference when it comes to lighting. I also prefer a guillotine cutter as opposed to anything else. Get much better draw.
Okay I'll stop..i can talk about cigars for awhile
That's actually a quite small collection and no where near what I'd like to have. Once I can fill something up this size I'll be happy
I'm hoping in the next year or two to start growing my own tobacco and making my own cigars. Alot of work involved in it but the reward I think would be worth it.
KolRanch...try and stay away from the flavored ones. Unless you plan to just smoke for shits and giggles. Otherwise get something I mentioned that's rather cheap.
PM me your address and I'll send you a few to try.
I smoke lots of them. I don't really care what it is. I never got into it like Rascus. I just enjoy the smoke. I have a buddy that owns a strip club and he always has some awsome ones. The taste is far better than the cheap stuff I get. I just smoke one every now and then mostly when I play poker.