I tried smoking a cigar recently and liked it but I tend to worry about my health so I had a few questions to those who may fancy them.
#1. Is one cigar a month bad for you, I know it may seem stupid for me to ask. But hey why not.
#2. As a beginner what types would any of you guys recommend?
#3 Do you find cigars addicting at all?
Any info or opinions would help, Thanks guys.
yes one a month is bad for you. but so are cheeseburgers.
I used to smoke H. Upmanns. Smmmmmmmoooooooth.
never was addicted.
Hmm seems like a good way to look at it. Would you recommend the H. Upmanns?
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For some, a cigar a month may be bad for them. For others, not as much. It's a crapshoot.
Originally Posted by Cro's Kids
I used to smoke Partagas and Macanudo madeiras, as well as La Gloria Cubana and Romeo y Julietas. Nat Sherman offers a great variety of cigars for any taste and are very newb friendly in their "model" breakdowns.
I find most things addicting, but that's me. I quite smoking years ago, haven't had a puff since, cigars included. Funny thing is I have gone to parties in cigar clubs and haven't even had an inkling to smoke. Weird.
Check out the Arturo Fuente "Hemingway" line. Bunch of good ones, my favorite being the "Short Story." Cameroon wrapper is standard, but you can get maduro. I highly recommend.
Thank you guys I checked out your recommendations, I'm gonna take a look at them if they're at my closest cigar shop. And my family has a history of cancer so I'm guessing smoking often won't be a good idea. I guess I've learned in life moderation is key