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I keep reading and hearing about "creamy" smoke as an attribute. Yet, I am not sure what the heck is meant by creamy. I really would like to experience first hand a "Creamy" cigar. What are the top 5 creamy cigars?
 
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That is really a matter of personal taste.Everybody's definition and choice would be different.Keep smoking and trying different cigars when you find it your taste buds will let you know.


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The creamist smoke that I have ever had was the Graycliff Vintage 99
 
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IMO Fonseca 5-50 is a pretty mild creamy smoke


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Perdomo Lot23
 
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Ashton Classic Double Magnum
 
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Punch Rare Corojo


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I agree with SHB, it's a matter of personal taste, and experience. Preferences change over time. Still, by comparison, some cigars are "creamy" while others might be spicy or earthy or whatever. A Hoyo des Dieux is creamy compared to a BBF. A Rafael Gonzales Lonsdale is creamy compared to an R&J Cazadore.
The AVO XOs are creamy compared to LFDs. Of course, all those comparisons are based on my own experience.
 
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HdeM 1066 for me


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Cameroon wrapped cigars seem to be the creamiest to me.
 
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Cameroon wrapped cigars seem to be the creamiest to me.



agreed. hard to beat an AF Hemingway with some time in the humi


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that I've smoked are the Ashton Cab selection, Torano casa, maybe the dunhill churchill and La Flor Dominicana maceo.
 
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I would go with a Graycliff. All the ones I have bought off of C'bid are very creamy IMHO. I likem in the morning with coffee.
 
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agreed. hard to beat an AF Hemingway with some time in the humi


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Which Greycliff are you guys talking about? I think the Vintage 99 has a blue label, correct? Which one are you talking about, Gosmoke?

I bought a blue label that was decent, but certainly not anything special. Maybe I got a bad one, or maybe I need to trythe other lines. I got it for cheap at the reservation. It was good for $5, but I would have been really annoyed if I paid $20 for it like most places ask.


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Cameroon wrapped cigars seem to be the creamiest to me.




I agree riddl.Double Chateau Fuente(Nat)IMO has a nice creamy mild spice flavor.
 
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The creamiest I have had are the Hemingway, Casa Torano and Ashton classic.

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I would consider Cameroon wrapped cigars to be "creamy".
One of the creamiest is the little H.Upmann vintage Cameroon petit corona. Inexpencive, smooth, rich and creamy.
There are plenty of great Cameroon wrapped cigars out there, but I find that little smoke to be defined as smooth and creamy.
 
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I just finished a Fuente Anejo.Oh my goodness it was one of the best Cigars Cuban or Non Cuban i have had ever.Creamy smoke galore tons of it sweet vanilla caramel liquor notes.Too bad these are so damn inconsistent lately.It seems to be a lot of hit or miss.


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