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Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

This is a discussion on Special Brick and Mortar only cigars within the General Cigar Discussion forums, part of the The Cigar Lounges at Puff category; Some Brick and Mortar cigar store fronts have exclusive cigars that are only available to them and not online. Which ...

  
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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader Stogie's Avatar


     

    Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Some Brick and Mortar cigar store fronts have exclusive cigars that are only available to them and not online. Which of these do you enjoy?

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    Teh Kid thegoldenmackid's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Are we talking about things like the Nestor Miranda Dominicano, which is supposed to be B&M only. Or something like the Tatuaje La Maravilla?
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    Puffer Fish with many spikes kRaZe15's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    are you talking about house blended cigars by the shops? i have had a cognac infused one my cousin bought from his b&m and it wasn't that bad at all....
    cigars are like woman, some are fine and some are a little rough around the edges, but each will be enjoyed by someone.

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    Alpha Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    I smoked the JFR about a year ago. I remember liking it.
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    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Are you talking about something like a La Traviata?

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    Newbie in the ocean


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    El picador made for Empire cigars a AWESOME short smoke. Bought a box blind and glad I did!

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    Full grown Puffer Fish Seminole's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    The Santiago Cabana "El Original" Maduro rolled in Miami, specifically for the Island Smoke Shop in the Florida Keys, is one of the best cigars I've ever had. It was actually voted at one time as the best American made cigar, and one of the best Maduro's.

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    Maturing Puffer Fish AldoRaine's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by Seminole View Post
    The Santiago Cabana "El Original" Maduro rolled in Miami, specifically for the Island Smoke Shop in the Florida Keys, is one of the best cigars I've ever had. It was actually voted at one time as the best American made cigar, and one of the best Maduro's.
    This is a good topic, and I asked something in a similar thread a week or so ago in reference to Casa Magna and their availability to B&Ms.

    Jerrod did a great job at explaining the hows and whys of why this is so.

    I would love to see the other products that fit this category.

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    Bubblemaker dajones's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    I highly recommend LJ Peretti house cigars (which are made by Camacho--but at a great price).
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    SCUBA Chimp


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    You never know where the house cigars come from. They could be custom blended and manufactured at a high-end factory, or they could be putting house bands on a cheap bundle.

    If the place seems up-scale, I will give the house brand a try. Otherwise, buyer beware.

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    Young Puffer Fish walleye's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by Stogie View Post
    Some Brick and Mortar cigar store fronts have exclusive cigars that are only available to them and not online. Which of these do you enjoy?
    Just returned from Miami and had a blast in Little Havanna. I had a great stick from La Tradicion Cubana. It was the 1902 Jose Losa. Lots more resting from various locations and rollers. Highly recommend dropping in there if you hit Miami. Most shops close at 5:00 pm.

    Stogie's was a great B/M with two locations as well. Both locations had smoking areas and one served beverages. They were very well stocked with anejo's to between-the-lines as well as Tat's and other brands. I landed 5 flying pigs.

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    New England Cigar Rep Dread's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    I want to try the Nestor Miranda Dominicos, only one local B&M carries them. Ill probably swing out and pick one up tomorrow. Good thing this thread reminded me of them.
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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader Stogie's Avatar


     

    Re: Special Brick and Mortar only cigars

    Quote Originally Posted by ama View Post
    Are you talking about something like a La Traviata?
    Yes, only sold in shops and not on websites.


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