Cheap and good cigars

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Cheap and good cigars

Hi everyone, I have a question and if there is somebody who could help me that's going to be great! I would like to get an recommendation upon what cheap cigars you know of quality. Maybe you know what cigar less than $5 is having approximately the same quality and taste as one $10+ cigar? I'm not in the best financial condition right now and to burn $10+ at once it's already too much for me. I was a cigar lover since my early 20s and I guess I'm going to be all my life, however I thought that I should do something about my spending on them. At first I thought that I should smoke one in two weeks but at the end of the month I realized that 6 cigars went away quite quicker than I expected. Now here I am, looking for something cheap but relatively with a good quality. Cheers :hatdown:

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Well man, I need to tell you

Well man, I need to tell you that you've got it wrong, I mean that there's no to little connection between the price and the taste of a cigar. This is my opinion and I've heard many others saying the same thing. I think that one can really enjoy a really cheap cigarette while he doesn't like the taste of a really expensive one. Believe me, I know such people. I rarely smoke cigars, I smoke only 3-4 cigars a year but one of my friend who loves smoking cigars always tell me that there's no correlation. I don't remember the name of that cigar but he told me that he tried once a $50 cigar "just to try it out" and he didn't like it. It depends only on you and what matches your taste and not on the prince. Well of course if you fell in love with a $20+ cigar then there's a problem :) But usually the prince doesn't indicate that something is good or no. I personally like Gurkha, RP, DE or CAO. My friend also likes them. Or maybe I like them because my friend smokes them :D anyway you have to search for what you like and not for their price.

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Fallen angel is very good, I

Fallen angel is very good, I personally like it. Diesel is also great! Illusione Rothchildes, Undercrown Corona ViVa and a lot more. A Nicaraguan tobacco selection. Well, there are very very much of them! There are also daily or weekly internet specials that can provide you some great smokes for $2.00 to $3.50. There are a lot of magazine sites where you can find price lists of their cigars. Anyway, I agree with the previous poster, money don't mean nothing about if a cigar is good. I personally would take a $3 diesel over a $15 padron. In general, I've enjoyed far more inexpensive cigars than ones that were really expensive and I cannot explain that. But this is how it is. Good for me that I'm not having an expensive taste ugh.

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I'm always pretty aware of

I'm always pretty aware of keeping my cigar purchases at a less than 10 dollars per stick for more than a year now and in all this time I have found some really great sticks anywhere in the 4 and 8 dollars range. Honestly, I was really disappointed each time when I’ve decided to try something for around a double price as those I like so everything mentioned above by others is purely true. I would say that, Cigar place is a great shop to get free shipping on singles the first of each month. I do often buy cigars from there as they are really nice and caring about their consumers. Talking about great places I would also mention Corona cigar and Neptune, you can also find good cigars under 10 dollars.

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I’m surely among those who

I’m surely among those who believe that price doesn’t mean that much, if anything. I am a cigar smoker for years, even though I do not smoke cigars every single day, I like to have a cigar quite often. So, usually I was buying cigars at a local tobacco shop until I went on a ride with one of my friend a couple of months ago. We stopped and he bought some very inexpensive and not complex sticks. I never thought that they might be good but I was shocked when I’ve tried some of them: they were the best cigars I have ever tried. I could not believe it because they were about 2 or 4 $ for a stick. After that, I started to order my sticks only and I purchased them for no more than 4 $ for one stick. I really enjoyed them and I still enjoy them now. these are very good cigars. The main difference is that I was paying no less than 10 $ for one stick at my local tobacco shop. Sometimes even 12 to 16 $. I thought that cigars less than 10 $ have to be worse but they are actually tasting better. I pay approximately one third of what I was paying before but I can smoke more cigars now. that is why I only confirm other’s words saying that more expensive doesn’t mean better. Here is what I like: CAO Golds, Gurkha Shaggys and El Rey Del Mundos. Sometimes Symphonys. They are doing very well their job in saving my money and pleasuring my tastes.

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