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Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

This is a discussion on Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48) within the Cigar Questions forums, part of the General Cigar Discussion category; Hey, I recently got a hold of the Punch London Club, and a Primo del Rey Cazadores Maduro. While the ...

  
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    Budget Cigar Enthusiast.


     

    Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Hey, I recently got a hold of the Punch London Club, and a Primo del Rey Cazadores Maduro. While the Primo was a pretty bad cigar IMO, the Punch was amazing. The primo kept giving me this hissing sounds while it smoked, and even some sparks. Not sure what that was about, even without that, it burned poorly and wasnt my taste of cigars.

    I was just wondering if some of you guys could post some more of the thinner ringed cigars out there. I really enjoy the way they feel in my hand, and the Punch was a perfect 20 min smoke for me. Im probably going to get more and smoke one on my ride back from work I enjoyed it so much. Sorry if this has been asked, my search came up with soo many hits and nothing I saw was what I was looking for.

    Thanks,
    Daniel.

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    Leading Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    A couple I've had and liked were the Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva Exquitos and the Montecristo Prontos. I'm starting to favor larger ring gauges since they seem to smoke cooler and a get a more relaxation time with them, but definitely give the two above a try.

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    Teh Kid thegoldenmackid's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    I love Lanceros. Every blend is different, but smaller RGs can have quite the benefit.
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    Puffer Fish with many spikes Son Of Thor's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    I really like the Torano Casa Torano Maduro Lanceros

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    Press the button Max! Breakaway500's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    For a nice 20-30 minute smoke I like the Romeo y Julieta Minuto.They are 4"x33 ring and quite flavorful considering their small size. Inexpensive at about $1.50/stick and come in nifty tins of 10.
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    Budget Cigar Enthusiast.


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Sounds great guys, Im going out today to try and find some of the ones mentioned!

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    Disinterested


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    The trick to enjoying ANY small RG cigar is to smoke it SLOWLY!!!!

    For mini's, it's best to puff gently and less frequently.

    A true lancero should take you as long to smoke as a Churchill.

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    Huge Puffer Fish packed with spikes Tarks's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Quote Originally Posted by Herf N Turf View Post
    The trick to enjoying ANY small RG cigar is to smoke it SLOWLY!!!!

    For mini's, it's best to puff gently and less frequently.

    A true lancero should take you as long to smoke as a Churchill.
    Bingo!

    I'm not a big NC smoker but the best small RG NC that I have smoked were both lanceros. Oliva V lancero and the My Father lancero.

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    Young Puffer Fish papabear's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    I really like the RyJ 1875 Lancero.

    I tend to lean to smaller ring gauges anyway, but more so the 44-48s. I don't like anything bigger than a 50.
    Last edited by papabear; 07-18-2010 at 07:51 PM. Reason: Typo.

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    Young Maduro Fish Dog Rockets's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Quote Originally Posted by papabear View Post
    I really like the RyJ 1875 Lancero.

    I tend to lean to smaller ring gauges anyway, but more so the 44-48s. I don't like anything bigger than a 50.
    Same here. I started out enjoying the larger ring gauges and now I just cringe at monstrosities like the Nubs. I'll throw my hat in for the Padron Ambassador Maduro as my all time favorite thin ring gauge cigar!
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    One day at a time Scott W.'s Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Opus X (if you have the means and availability)
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    Alpha Puffer Fish FiveStar's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Joya de Nicaragua Antano lancero is pretty wicked
    My fave so far is the La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Lancero. Killer...

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    Leading Puffer Fish cubanrob19's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    You should try the Winston Churchill Spitfires ... Its a 4 x 38 & they come in a tin of 5 for $21 ... and it is an EXCELLENT CIGAR! Its actually made with blend of 4 different long fillers (not scraps!!!), and all cuban seed.

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    Puffin' Colt Esoteric's Avatar


     

    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    I really haven't had many lanceros yet but I did like the 5 Vegas Classic Panetela (it is a 6 inch 38 or 40 rg cigar). Lots and lots of chocolate notes in them and inexpensive!
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    Re: Thinner cigars? (ring size 30-48)

    Subsrcribed to the thread. Have yet to try any Lancero.

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