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I'm starting to become very fond of coffee cigars; it's the best of both worlds, I love coffee, and I love cigars. So far, I've only had a Drew Estates Java, a Tatiana Mocha, and an Isla Del Sol (haven't actually smoked it yet). The DE Java was amazing, the Tatiana was decent at best. I've heard from several people that Tabak is the best of the best.

 

I haven't had one, but my bro-in-law, says the Cu-Avana Punisher is awesome. It is infused with chili pepper and other spices. He said his lips and tongue were still tingling an hour after he finished it.

 

What are your favorite flavored/infused cigars?

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Hey bones,

 

I have just started to take part in the acid line absolutely love the kuba ordered a sampler from cigars int for 45 bucks which is a steal it has all the big brand about nothing in the coffee line. They are infused with herbs botanicals and oils some even red wines. I took a trip to the local shop to take in some of the smells from other brands and they smell a bit floral but I am anxious to see what comes of it. After smoking the kuba two weeks in a row I have the taste in my mouth by Wednesday but I want to stay a weekend smoker. Have yet to try the coffee infusions but thinking about the java. Maybe ill give these a run sounds like a good after dinner cigar

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I had one of the Drew Estates Acid Earthiness. OMG. It was so good.

 

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I had one of the Drew Estates Acid Earthiness. OMG. It was so good.

RR,

 

something about these things. I am a mil dsmoker but my tastebuds have been chnaging where I do like the oily dark wrapper more and more. these won't appeal to the Snobbies much akin to the R1 or stage 2 graphics but you hit th enail onthe head OMG. great aroma for people around you and the sweet different taste is very unique

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Flavor infused cigars?! Blasphemy.

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Flavor infused cigars?! Blasphemy.

 

 

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Don't knock it til you try it..............that Cu-Avana Punisher would put hair on Burt Reynolds chest. And that Java is absolutely perfect for sitting on the deck on a nice Sunday morning, while drinking coffee and reading the paper.

 

Not my cup of tea..... :lol:

 

I tried a Kuba Kuba years back and that was the last one for me.

 

If I had to smoke another one it would be a Java Waffer.

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Not my cup of tea..... :lol:

 

I tried a Kuba Kuba years back and that was the last one for me.

 

If I had to smoke another one it would be a Java Waffer.

Like golf equipment and some many other things in life to each their own. I wil be buying me some KUBAs this weekend and enjoy one for you HULA!

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Like golf equipment and some many other things in life to each their own. I wil be buying me some KUBAs this weekend and enjoy one for you HULA!

 

 

Enjoy my friend .....

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Alirght all,

 

I have another to try. The Acid Toast. I know I know blasphemy. I lit this up on the way to the course the car smelt like cinnamon while the cigar had nice spice notes and a cherry finish in the first third. it started to get a little cocoa but kept the spice in the middle and the smell was still awesome. typical acid sweet wrapper. this is a dark maduro and you will not be disappointed. however I had the deep dish which is a box press "BIGBOY" gauge. The burn was uneven from an inch in and it lacked the flavor and smell of the other acids I have tried so far (wrapper was sweet but not the same). look to try some more this weekend. I had my eyes on the Java and tabak but pulled the trigger on the deep dish and I am kicking myself for it.

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To be absolutely truthful here, I do like flavored cigars. I just happen to like mine tobacco flavored.

 

Used to know guys who smoked those Swisher Sweets cigars in all sorts of horrid flavors. Man, those were some awful smelling "smokes"!

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To be absolutely truthful here, I do like flavored cigars. I just happen to like mine tobacco flavored.

 

Used to know guys who smoked those Swisher Sweets cigars in all sorts of horrid flavors. Man, those were some awful smelling "smokes"!

Hey Seered,

 

these are in a totally differnt league. quality construction and just plain differnt then the vanilla, cherry grape Whites owls used for mainy a things these days.. the acid line has a couple that smell nice but are traditional. I had the nasty and extra ordinary larry (heard the acid 1 is in this category but didn't get to it yet) which have the smell but not the sweet taste as the KUBA. The complex nature of these cigars are a true testiment tot he detail in construction.

 

I prefer the flavor now when golfing. don't get me wrong I have a ton of cubans that are aging (P and E series partagas, H. Upmann half corona, triniddad coloniales ALL PHENOMS) and can't wait to hit them but I am now saving them for a special day maybe my second child something like that. or even buying a new house which I am about two months away. Mom just went to florida and in her journey grabbed me two nice handmades which went right into the "special" humidor for curing. Plan on grabbing the java or tabak line this weekend to see what they are all about.

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To be absolutely truthful here, I do like flavored cigars. I just happen to like mine tobacco flavored.

 

Used to know guys who smoked those Swisher Sweets cigars in all sorts of horrid flavors. Man, those were some awful smelling "smokes"!

I'm talking about stuff that can't be picked up at a gas station. :D

 

You can make your own "infused" cigar, using your favorite brand(link below). I'm gonna try this with a couple of my cheaper "on course" smokes. Give one of the Drew Estates/Rocky Patel Javas a try, you won't be disappointed.

 

http://cigarcaptain.com/2012/02/03/you-can-make-your-own-homemade-coffee-infused-premium-cigars/

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I'm talking about stuff that can't be picked up at a gas station. :D

 

You can make your own "infused" cigar, using your favorite brand(link below). I'm gonna try this with a couple of my cheaper "on course" smokes. Give one of the Drew Estates/Rocky Patel Javas a try, you won't be disappointed.

 

http://cigarcaptain.com/2012/02/03/you-can-make-your-own-homemade-coffee-infused-premium-cigars/

Starting this process tonight. good stuff

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I'm talking about stuff that can't be picked up at a gas station. :D

 

You can make your own "infused" cigar, using your favorite brand(link below). I'm gonna try this with a couple of my cheaper "on course" smokes. Give one of the Drew Estates/Rocky Patel Javas a try, you won't be disappointed.

 

http://cigarcaptain.com/2012/02/03/you-can-make-your-own-homemade-coffee-infused-premium-cigars/

OK, "nothing ventured, nothing gained", right? I may have to give them a try.

 

The flavor-infused, not the gas station variety.

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SCOR 50*,54*,58*, Genius 12 KBS Tour (S), 1.5* flat, -1/4"
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OK, "nothing ventured, nothing gained", right? I may have to give them a try.

 

The flavor-infused, not the gas station variety.

 

Speaking of which, ever try "Infusing" two cigars in your humidor? This is on a different level: try taking two "regular" cigars, hell if you wanted to take an acid, Wafe, etc., place it in a cigar bag, seal it, and let them "go to sleep" in your humidor for a month. take em out and burn em, your pallet will pick up "hints" of both cigars in each other. One of my favorite, Camacho Diploma and a Padron 1964. TASTY !!!!!!! :D

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Speaking of which, ever try "Infusing" two cigars in your humidor? This is on a different level: try taking two "regular" cigars, hell if you wanted to take an acid, Wafe, etc., place it in a cigar bag, seal it, and let them "go to sleep" in your humidor for a month. take em out and burn em, your pallet will pick up "hints" of both cigars in each other. One of my favorite, Camacho Diploma and a Padron 1964. TASTY !!!!!!! :D

Hula funny you mention that. I took my recent purchases of acid and put them with my cheapy cubans. I didn't let them sit long but I had the smell and flavor a bit so I can see them mixing.

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