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How long is your average smoke session? I typically like to smoke for about an hour or so. Some cigars though can burn for upwards of two hours. By that time I am tired of smoking and want to put the cigar out. Is anyone else like this?

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It all depends but as I normally smoke Robusto or Corona Gorda vitolsa, my smoking sessions run between 60-80 mins. My longest was 2.5 hours when I smoked a Montecristo A.

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I am a shorter smoker. My sessions typically range from thirty to forty-five minutes. I suppose they tend to be longer when I am in the company of friends.

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It depends on what I do - if I'm just watching TV or listening to music, a Churchill will last as long as an hour and a half.

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If a cigar is good, I smoke a cigar for so long that I'm burning my fingers because I just don't want to let it go :)

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It depends on my mood and what I'm doing. Sometimes I smoke the whole thing in one sitting. Other times, I smoke half and save the rest for a little later.

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I'm with Winchester.

I generally can't sit for more than an hour session (maybe I have adult ADHD, who knows).

I usually smoke half and save half. Although, maybe it's just in my head, but coming back to the cigar the next day, it just doesn't taste quite the same.

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It all depends on how much time I have. I usually can't sit and enjoy a smoke if I'm hurried, or pressed for time. If I have a good hour to enjoy it, then I smoke a cigar. That doesn't necessarily mean that I'm going to smoke a whole hour, though. I enjoy time after smoking, just to have the taste in my mouth.

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It really depends on the size of the cigar and its shape. You should buy something like Panetelas, they are smaller.

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When I do not have enough time to smoke a full cigar, I take my Cigarillos and Cigarritos

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