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I am looking for an affordable cigar that I enjoy and can smoke on a regular basis while holding my more important and expensive smokes for aging. I was thinking of the Padron Londres Maduro's but their even about 3 dollars at the moment. What would y'all recommended? School me! Ya forgot to tell yall what I consider cheap. 1-5 Dollar cigars.

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Fuente Cuban Corona


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Padron Churchill Maduro
La Reloba Sumatra
Brick House Corona

Just a few off the top of my head.


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I like Alec Bradley Overture Robustos

They go for $81 a box from famous-smoke
Works out to be about $4 per stick

Not a bad price, considering the size


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What's a "cheap cigar"?

I would highly recommend the Carlos Torano Exodus 50 years box-pressed Robusto (f--k that's a mouthful), but I dunno if it is what you consider "cheap".
 
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I know the word "cheap" is a little tacky...perhaps affordable would have been a better choice. The more I read about the Padron Londres the more I think it may be the one for me. I got a 5 pack on the way so hopefully this weekend I will get to try it out. Hopefully...
 
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La Riqueza and El triunfador are great cheap smokes also.


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My idea of a "cheap" cigar is under $10 US per cigar. I consider $10-20 mid range. I consider $20+ to be either Cuban, overpriced, or something really special that I would have at a wedding or something.

Since I don't smoke too often (time constraints and my room mate doesn't like it), I usually go for medium to upper range cigars.

However, I've heard good things about the Honduran St. Luis Rey's and the B&M has them on sale for under 4 bucks per cigar, so sometime this week or next, I'll be stopping in and trying them.

Oh, not to hijack, but, I've heard several different meanings for B&M. Which one is correct?


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My idea of a "cheap" cigar is under $10 US per cigar. I consider $10-20 mid range. I consider $20+ to be either Cuban, overpriced, or something really special that I would have at a wedding or something.

Since I don't smoke too often (time constraints and my room mate doesn't like it), I usually go for medium to upper range cigars.

However, I've heard good things about the Honduran St. Luis Rey's and the B&M has them on sale for under 4 bucks per cigar, so sometime this week or next, I'll be stopping in and trying them.

Oh, not to hijack, but, I've heard several different meanings for B&M. Which one is correct?


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Oliva V double robusto, Tatuaje P series,
JDN( celebration and Antano).
All of them great cigars.

Also CAO La Traviata is a nice smoke too...


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If you want cheap look for:

White Owl
Marsh Wheeling
Dutch Masters
Phillies
Murial

For a little less cheaper:
Antonio y Cleopatra

For just a few pennies more go to:
www.holts.com
www.cigarsinternational.com
www.jrcigars.com
www.famous-smoke.com

and look for some of their bundles. They can be had for about $30.00 for 25 cigars and some are actually not too bad.


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cheap, cheap, cheap..

chateau fuente sungrown
cao la traviata
cain daytona robusto
la aurora 107 robusto
la gloria cubana serie r #3 or #4
quesada tributo julio
vallejuelo robusto gordo
 
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When you say cheap cigars I think of the Muniemaker and Evermore's that used to be made in New Haven. Still around $1 a stick!


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I really like the casa magna colorado line. Great cigars that are all almost under $10. The oliva series v no 4 corona is also top notch for under $6.
 
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