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    Cigar smoking

    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.

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    yes one a month is bad for you. but so are cheeseburgers.

    I used to smoke H. Upmanns. Smmmmmmmoooooooth.

    never was addicted.
    Last edited by FF2; 06-07-2013 at 06:50 PM.

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    Hmm seems like a good way to look at it. Would you recommend the H. Upmanns?
    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    yes one a month is bad for you. but so are cheeseburgers.

    I used to smoke H. Upmanns. Smmmmmmmoooooooth.

    never was addicted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cro's Kids View Post
    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.
    For some, a cigar a month may be bad for them. For others, not as much. It's a crapshoot.

    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.

    http://natsherman.com/home.cfm

    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.

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    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.

    http://www.famous-smoke.com/arturo+f...gars/item+7281

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    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

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