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Cigar for begginer
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What is a good beginner hand rolled cigar around the $10 dollar range?
My boys and I are looking for some cigars. I am the only one who has smoked
a decent cigar before so I am looking for something they can enjoy for their
first true cigar smoke. I told them all to give me $10 each for a cigar. What
should I get them? Thanks!





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#2
I would hit them up with a LFD Ligero....very nice cigar at 7-8 dollars...long smoke very tastie to...Mark

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JasonOne Wrote:What is a good beginner hand rolled cigar around the $10 dollar range?
My boys and I are looking for some cigars. I am the only one who has smoked
a decent cigar before so I am looking for something they can enjoy for their
first true cigar smoke. I told them all to give me $10 each for a cigar. What
should I get them? Thanks!





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DUde...go with the AF hemingway line...best you can get for a beginner and won't make em puke...
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JasonOne Wrote:What is a good beginner hand rolled cigar around the $10 dollar range?
My boys and I are looking for some cigars. I am the only one who has smoked
a decent cigar before so I am looking for something they can enjoy for their
first true cigar smoke. I told them all to give me $10 each for a cigar. What
should I get them? Thanks!
Try any of the Oliva family or Casa Magna is a pretty good inexpensive cigar.
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#5
I think you have got some good suggestions so far.  Oliva's are always a winner.
I like smoking lightning
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carl609 Wrote:I think you have got some good suggestions so far.  Oliva's are always a winner.
true dat. Olivas'es supreme construction will help make the experience a good one too..
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#7
Ashton VSG or if you think that is too much, Ashton White Label.  Don't do a LFD Ligero for a newbie.  Great smoke, but a little strong for a rookie.
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#8
 I would go with an AVO classic.  Great cigar on the mild side.


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#9
Oliva G
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#10
I would also have to agree with the oliva series. I have only smoked a few of them, but I just bought a Five pack of the Connecticut Reserve Toros and handed them out to my golf foursome. Let me tell you they were a hit. We all smoked them down so far we almost burned our fingers!!! But the suggestions were good, but I would say the Oliva Connecticut Reserves! Goodluck and welcome!
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