Any cigar smokers or Bourbon drinkers out there?

Any cigar smokers or Bourbon drinkers out there?

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    Any cigar smokers or Bourbon drinkers out there?

    When I'm relaxing I like to sit back on my patio with a nice cigar and sip some Bourbon

    I think I've tried most of both

    Favorite Bourbons

    Old Forester, Eagle Rare, George T Stagg

    Favorite Cigars

    Padron Anniversary, Tatuaje, Pepin Garcia

    What do you enjoy?
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    Fairly new to cigars myself. And, I can't have another for at least another six months.

    But, one of my favorites- also relatively inexpensive- is the Acid Kuba Kuba. Not a very 'high end' cigar, but man it's got a good flavor. There are a few others whose brands/names I can't remember, but I know it by look/smell.
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    I OD'd on bourbon and eggnog in college. I'll have Chivas and a Camel to bring back flashbacks from the 60's. Just don't light a firecracker under me or it'll be recon by fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    Fairly new to cigars myself. And, I can't have another for at least another six months.

    But, one of my favorites- also relatively inexpensive- is the Acid Kuba Kuba. Not a very 'high end' cigar, but man it's got a good flavor. There are a few others whose brands/names I can't remember, but I know it by look/smell.
    I sat next to Jonathan Drew (Owner of Acid Cigars) on a trip to Nicaragua to visit the Perdomo Cigar factory. Nice guy making some really good new stuff.
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    I have Old Forrester burbon each night as I wind down.

    I used to do the cigar thing. CAO Anniversary was my favorite.
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    Makers Mark or Woodford Reserve are my favorite bourbons, though I do keep a bottle of Red Stag Black Cherry in the freezer for the fun of it.

    Avo Heritage Churchhill's are about the only cigar I smoke.
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    I haven't had either for a while...

    Bourbon

    Wild Turkey Single Barrel

    Cigars

    I was never very picky... I just picked up some every once in a while from the local tobacco shop.
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    I'm no cigar aficionado, but Maker's Mark makes a great cigar IMO. If you haven't seen them or tasted them, give em a try next time your in search of one. The come in a glass tube with Maker's Mark signature red wax sealing the cap on. They have a wonderful taste and smell.

    Oddly, I really enjoy them with a glass of Bulleit Bourbon... neat.

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    Cigars --

    Arturo Fuente Hemingway Perfecto
    H. Upmann Toro
    Partagas Churchill
    Anything smuggled out of Cuba! I have a Partagas Cubano Toro in my humidor right now!

    Whiskey --

    Jameson's (I'm Irish!)
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    I used to drink George Dickel No.12 when I drank...no more.
    I had quite a cigar habit at one time...started out on Arturo Fuentes, liked Cohiba's, Montecristo, Macanudo, Romeo y Julieta, Davidoff
    Living in Tampa...great cigars are no problem, every once in a while, even score a box of Habana's.
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    I LOVE Maker's Mark and Woodfords! Knob Creek, Crown Royal (I know it's a blended whiskey) and Wild Turkey (101 and their Single barrel) round out my favorites.

    As for stoogies, Griffins 200's and 300's are good 'uns. Davidoffs maduros are too. Upmanns always have a spot in my humidor as well.

    SWMBO'd just HATES cigars so I don't partake of them like I did back when...............
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    I rarely smoke a cigar now, but I went through a short phase of it in college. I bought myself a few different assortment packs and visited a few local smoke shops to try different kinds. In that time the box of Don Diego cigars I had was the cigar I enjoyed the most. I actually still have my humidor with a few "leftovers" still aging assuming the moisture is still consistent...now you've got me thinking. I'll have to check that out tomorrow and maybe enjoy one.

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    A Fuente, I usually get the Maduro (dark)
    Knob Hill

    Both on rare special occasions.
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    I like a good Don Pepin Garcia Blue or Gurkha Grand Age.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubborn View Post
    I used to drink George Dickel No.12 when I drank...no more.
    I had quite a cigar habit at one time...started out on Arturo Fuentes, liked Cohiba's, Montecristo, Macanudo, Romeo y Julieta, Davidoff
    Living in Tampa...great cigars are no problem, every once in a while, even score a box of Habana's.
    @ Stubborn--- give me 2 hours with you, Romey y Juliet and Bourbon and I'll turn you into a liberal.
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