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The Cameroon wrapper has prevailed!!!!! I smoked a Don Carlos today and it was great. I've also sampled the short story and the oliva g which were also good. Thank y'all for the advice!


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Posts: 633 | Location: Knoxville | Registered: November 27, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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When I bought mine a while ago, the guy who usually smokes with me and helps me out at the B&M told me they have had that box of Don Carlos almost since the store opened. They just never put the on the shelf, they keep them in a humidified drawer for patrons who ask for them. I'm going back to load up soon.


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Posts: 633 | Location: Knoxville | Registered: November 27, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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H. Upmann makes a very nice cameroon wrapped cigar in a churchill, corona, petite corona, lonsdale and toro sizes.


x 2 - these are great, not too pricey either.
 
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If you can find one I would suggest an Alec Bradley Native Cameroon. I've always enjoyed them.
 
Posts: 29 | Location: Wichita, KS | Registered: February 15, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Here's one that may or may not technically count, but is excellent nonetheless.

Dunhill Signed Range.

While the wrapper is Nicaraguan, the binder is Cameroon and it's prominent flavor-wise. Slightly expensive, but one of the most consistently good non-Cuban cigars around. Try the corona.
 
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I think its hard to find a camaroon wrapper that isnt a good cigar! I remember back in the late 70s when I first started smoking machine mades in high school, dutch masters had a camaroon wrapped cigar. ( I worked in a old time drugstore with a humidor- so I tried 1 or everything)! Even the machine made cami was a cut above the others. But with all of them I have enjoyed- it is difficult to surpass the Don Carlos-particularly the smaller belicoso. I have also never had a short story that disappointed.
 
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I loke Rocky Patels blue lable Cameroon.


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