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My wife and I spent a weekend last month touring the wineries in the Finger Lakes. I had a couple cigars with me, but they weren't Cubans. We're going back after the holidays and I really want to bring some good Cubans with me. Any suggestions for a versatile cigar that can stand up to all those different kinds of wine?

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I would think something along the lines of Hoyo de Monterrey.

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Montecristo and Hoyo will do fine. You can also try La Gloria Cubana - they're mild and gentle, would be a great companion to any wine, in my mind.

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The Montecristo Edmundo turns very smooth, and if you prefer something stronger, the Cohiba Siglo VI is also a good match.

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You'd better not mix cigars with wines - they are both too good to be mixt with something even better.

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Quote: Originally posted by Clark on September-23-2013
You'd better not mix cigars with wines - they are both too good to be mixt with something even better.



Right. A cigar is a cigar and can be paired with many drinks, but not wine. Just my 2 cents.

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