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Message posted by Winchester on January-20-2012 at 03:27 - IP Logged
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I have recently discovered that most of the cigars I really like are described as "full flavored and spicy." So, I thought I'd come here and ask others who like the same thing, what is the best full flavored, spicy cigar you've ever smoked?

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I don't know that I would classify it as full flavored, but I had a Cohiba last year that was terrific. It's probably more medium to full, but if you can get your hands on one I recommend it.

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Full flavored and spicy isn't how I would typically classify most Cuban cigars but since your looking for ideas I'll share my opinions.

For full flavored and spicy I would probably lean towards the Partagas line. I would describe the flavor as full, very dry, and pepper spices.

For full flavored only cigars I would point you towards Bolivar. I would describe these as being very earthy. You can't ever go wrong with a Boli PC or a Boli Corona Jr.

For spicy only cigars I would suggest looking at the following: For pepper - Try either a Juan Lopez #1 or #2; For nutmeg & cinnamon - Try a Diplomaticos #2; For a little white pepper & stewed fruit - Try a Ramon Allones Specially Selected (RASS).


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Thanks, Mister Saucy! That is some really great input! I've seen the Partagas label before, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm going to make sure I get a couple of those in my next order.

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I tend to prefer cigars that are full flavored, but not overly spicy. Someday I will have to try those Bolivar cigars Mister Saucy mentioned, I'm glad I found this thread!

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Howard, a Bolivar is an good choice for full flavored lovers. I like the spicy component because I just really enjoy spicy things. When it comes to my food, the more hot peppers the better!

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I prefer Rafael Gonzalez Panetelas Extra - it is spicy and creamy, with taste of sweet wood and leather. It is rather medium bodied than full bodied, so I would say it is more of a woman type of cigar.

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I like Belicosos Finos and Royal Coronas cigars from Bolivar. In fact, the entire line is almost all full flavored and spicy.

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