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    I quite enjoy Mehari's brasil and Java dry cigars. Is there anything similar to these? I've tried villiger export etc. but not the same....

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    Most Dutch cigars are dry as are a lot of the ones sold in the Canaries of you go over on holiday. Italian Toscanos are also similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moley View Post
    Any cuban minis buddy
    I often find I end up with short filler tobacco in my mouth from these
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    I quite like Toscanos when on a city break. They're tasty and satisfying for a beer stop yet cheap enough not to fret over of you don't finish.

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    Iíve tried the Olyphant Dutch cigars, I put them in the same boat as @Horsebox does with Toscanos. Cool little balsa wood boxes too.

    I think Balmoral are also dried, but never tried them.

    Thereís always cafe creme


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