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Cusano 18
#11
B-Dub Cigar Ambassador Wrote:Isn't taste a funny thing?

I absolutely LOVE the Cusano 18's in Natural. Haven't tried the Maduros but their Connecticut Shade is just so damn good.

The Cusano Corojo is also a great cigar, and quite different. While the 18 is very leathery, sweet, woody and a thick creamy body to the smoke, the Corojo is more spicy, sweet, woody; a little fuller in strength and nice. Both have a terrific aroma; but again, I like the 18 better.

I get these from ET @ TBS-Cigars for an embarassingly low price. Jeez. If I had a conscience, I'd feel bad about how little I pay Eric for a box of Cusanos. It is definitely nowhere near the $5-6 range. MUCH lower.

But I think this is one of the BEST value cigars out there. Since trying them, I have never been without a box of Cusano 18 and Cusano Corojo (both Churchill size) in my humidor. I highly recommend them. Try the 18 with your coffee in the morning.
Thanks!   Anyone looking for a 5-pack or a box... PM me and I'll give you a deal.   (Prices online are set by the manufacturer) but StogieChat membership has its rewards!  lol  Wink


 
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#12
Eric, do you have the Cusano 18 Maduro's?
Viva Lancero!

"Spokesd!ck"
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#13
Had the maduro this past weekend.  I believe that you guys are right-a darn good hearty smoke.  Full bodied too, that one required me to take a breather of sorts afterwards. 
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#14
Mark Wrote:Eric, do you have the Cusano 18 Maduro's?

I'm sure he does, Mark.

For best results...
Give him a jingle.
Or send him a PM.

He might not see this for months.

And when you get a price from him, PM me.
I've been needing to try a box of those.
Don't forget to go for the Churchills.
No Reserve, No Retreat, No Regrets!!!
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#15
i love cusano's. i bought a box from thompson, they were corojo's and came with a 5'er of the 18's and a leather case. been hooked since, although i find the 18's to be a bit more "potent" than some other cigars. i.e., i usually don't smoke them before i need to get behind the wheel, but that could just be me.
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#16
The Cusano cigars, I'm told, are made at the Davidoff factory in the Dominican Republic. The thing about Cusanos are that they are a good cigar for less money than more expensive comparables. The Vintage 97 Corojo is in fact very good. The C10 Corona also. The 18s nats are very mild with a double Connecticut. We had there sampler pack for our semi annual cigar dinner; they were awesome

The reason the shops support Cusano so much is they are a great bunch of people and have good cigars.
Eric B
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#17
Sure do!   Its always best to PM or email me as it takes me some time to get through the new posts...and sometimes I miss some too!
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