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Message posted by Carmela on March-18-2012 at 23:37 - IP Logged
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I was just wondering if you changed up your cigars for the seasons? Some cigars are better for fall and winter and some are better for spring and summer, in my opinion. What do you do and what cigars are best for each season?

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Hi Carmela, I don't do it because every cigar has its own charm - and the season doesn't influence my taste buds a lot.

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I pretty much stick to full flavored, spicy cigars all year round. This is a great question though and I'd be interested to hear from others who do this.

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I agree with you Carmela, my cigar preferences tend to change with the seasons too. I think it is somewhat related to how certain foods and drinks are better in certain seasons. I don't dislike any good cigars at any time of the year though.

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I prefer to sit outside rather than in the garage, so the length of the cigars that I smoke in the winter are usually pretty short. I rarely ever smoke a lancero, double corona, or churchill during the winter.

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I like lighter tastes in the summer and tend to stick to the thinner cigars, too. I tend toward the heavy weights, the fat ones and the darker, more robust ones in the winter.

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I do have seasonal smokes, but it's my mood to decide when to smoke one cigar or another.

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Right now, I am smoking Romeo Y Julieta Mille Fleurs - and I don't usually smoke them in the Winter. Should I consider it a Spring or a Summer smoke?

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Hey guys!
My cigars are always the same for all seasons. These are Montecristo Edmundo.

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Nah. My favorites are my all-year-round favorites.

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