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post #1 of 19 Old 03-20-2006, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
 
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Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

These words describe the taste and flavor I'm looking for in a cigar. I have tried several and some have come close but none really are what I'm looking for. The one that has come closest to this has been a La Finca Fuma Largo. I have tried more expensive cigars but the La Finca is the best so far. Just wondering if anyone could suggest some cigars that just might fit this description ? I know the Fuma Largo is 6.5" and ring of 46 but I would prefer at least a 6" with a ring of 50 or larger.

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post #2 of 19 Old 03-20-2006, 12:38 AM
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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

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These words describe the taste and flavor I'm looking for in a cigar. I have tried several and some have come close but none really are what I'm looking for. The one that has come closest to this has been a La Finca Fuma Largo. I have tried more expensive cigars but the La Finca is the best so far. Just wondering if anyone could suggest some cigars that just might fit this description ? I know the Fuma Largo is 6.5" and ring of 46 but I would prefer at least a 6" with a ring of 50 or larger.

Thanks Bill

Bill - I share your taste, but have not yet found a cigar which completely matches your description. I'm thinking a conecticut shade wrapper, the smooth-creamy would indicate mellowing in the humi. Sweet would pose a problem, and I'm pretty sure you're not thinking of flavored cigars (yechhhh).
Some people have described their maduro's as sweet, but I'm not convinced that that is the right word. Anyway, I'm looking too. Larry.
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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

I like the Carlos Torano Casa Torano toro size(6 by 50). Check out thier site Torano.com. I think it might be what you are looking for. It's mild but with a full flavor. They msrp for about 4.50 let me know what you think.
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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

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I like the Carlos Torano Casa Torano toro size(6 by 50). Check out thier site Torano.com. I think it might be what you are looking for. It's mild but with a full flavor. They msrp for about 4.50 let me know what you think.

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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

RyJ Reserva Real, Butera, Ashton, Santa Damiana, Diamond Crown, Cuesta Rey, La Unica, Casa Blanca, Macanudo Gold.

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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

Lots of good suggestions ... Casa Torano, Macanudo and Monte White. I didn't care for the Casa Blanca ... not enough flavor for me.

I really like the RyJ Reserva Real and Ashton ... try the Ashton Cabinet.
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I second your MC white label and raise you a Davidoff.

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Any cigar in Fuente's Hemmingway line will match you preferences too. Smooth, creamy and sweet.
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Re: Mild-Medium Smooth Mellow Creamy Sweet

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I like the Carlos Torano Casa Torano toro size(6 by 50). Check out thier site Torano.com. I think it might be what you are looking for. It's mild but with a full flavor. They msrp for about 4.50 let me know what you think.
I completely agree with this as well.
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