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    I'm due to be married in December and have started looking for a nice box of 10's for the wedding. There will probably be only 3 or 4 of us who will smoke on the day so 10 should cover it. When I've started looking however it seems that most of the choice is in 25's.

    Two questions: If you could choose any cigar to smoke for a special occasion, what would it be? I did consider buying just one for myself that was really special (Behike54 seems to be the holy grail) but then reflected and realised it would be nice to have a smoke with my old fella etc.
    Can someone recommend me a nice cigar I can get in a 10 box? Budget is probably around £200. Bonus points for any nice gift sets which come with a nice holder etc.

    Cheers

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    https://www.cgarsltd.co.uk/advanced_...10000&rating=0
    That search will give you a bunch of ideas.

    Big cigar Partagas P2. Smaller cigar Petite Edmundo. montecristo no.4. how about the SCdlH Prado? A touch over budget, but good feedback. Not tried one myself.

    All the best for the planning and the big day!
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    • #3
      The Romeo Y Julieta No 3 comes in a 10 box of individual tubes, could be worth getting a single first to check you like it?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ahdinko1 View Post
        The Romeo Y Julieta No 3 comes in a 10 box of individual tubes, could be worth getting a single first to check you like it?
        I love the no2 but never tried the 3. I'll pick one up for my stag do.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ha_banos View Post

          https://www.cgarsltd.co.uk/advanced_...10000&rating=0
          That search will give you a bunch of ideas.

          Big cigar Partagas P2. Smaller cigar Petite Edmundo. montecristo no.4. how about the SCdlH Prado? A touch over budget, but good feedback. Not tried one myself.

          All the best for the planning and the big day!
          Thanks for the help.

          I'm very new to this TBH, I know its all subjective but you fellas must know what's good and what is perhaps less enjoyable. It will probably all be wasted on my guests anyway.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ditchboy81 View Post

            Thanks for the help.

            I'm very new to this TBH, I know its all subjective but you fellas must know what's good and what is perhaps less enjoyable. It will probably all be wasted on my guests anyway.
            Indeed, you hit the problem, it's heartbreaking to buy 10 cigars & only 2 are fully smoked & you find the others ditched after the photos & a puff or two. I would suggest you smoke the best at your stag do (like I did) & & go for a decent middle of the road smoke on the day. Weddings are very busy & you'l be circulating & won't really have time to sit down & enjoy one until late in the evening.
            I would recommend tubes as you can hand them out & some might then chose to take the home as a gift. R&J are middle of the road & & would fit the bill. the Monte Petit Tubos (same stick as the No4), would be a suitable alternative.
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            • #7
              I’d get a box of 10 PD4s personally, maybe a touch over budget at uk prices though


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              • #8
                Anyone tried the Rocky Patel Grand Reserve Robusto?

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                • #9
                  I'd treat them like a bit of a sunk cost among the wedding costs! You don't who who'll smoke/enjoy or not!

                  A petite Corona is about a 45-60 minute smoke. The P2 would take me around 90 mins. A Monte/Partagas 5 30-45 mins.

                  You could just go nuts like Giannis with the wide Churchills. Giannis-with-Cigar-scaled.jpg

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Adamsmokes View Post
                    I’d get a box of 10 PD4s personally, maybe a touch over budget at uk prices though


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                    I've found a 10 box for £180 delivered.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ha_banos View Post
                      I'd treat them like a bit of a sunk cost among the wedding costs! You don't who who'll smoke/enjoy or not!

                      A petite Corona is about a 45-60 minute smoke. The P2 would take me around 90 mins. A Monte/Partagas 5 30-45 mins.

                      You could just go nuts like Giannis with the wide Churchills.
                      Absolutely will be hidden in the costs for the day my only real treat will be the cigars and a decent pair of Barker shoes. Those things seem insignificant when I have just spent £700 on fake flowers which can't be smoked or worn.

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                      • #12
                        Upmann Mag 50's come in boxes of 10.

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                        • #13
                          I just did the cigar's at my little sister's wedding, put some Quintero Favorito's in an old box and passed them round. Went down well with everyone.

                          I took a couple nicer cigar's for myself and a tin of H Upmann Half Corona's for anyone that had smoked a cigar before.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Ditchboy81 View Post

                            I've found a 10 box for £180 delivered.
                            Good price mate


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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Ditchboy81 View Post
                              Anyone tried the Rocky Patel Grand Reserve Robusto?
                              I have, they were not especially notable, the Encore Majestic is a good choice for 200, nice box as well, or for more unusual CCs the RA or Punch LCDH... just a note the last RA and Punch I smoked I had to use a draw tool, so you'll need one there as well for CCs, 1 in 3 have draw issues IME, but not quite the look you want at a serene wedding, hacking away.

                              Opus X Perfection 5 would be a good choice too for 200 plus if you can find a 10 box.
                              Last edited by Romeo Allones; 17-09-2021, 06:10 PM.

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