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    I wnet to NY over the summer and loved it. I went to Barclay-Rex and this place in SoHo. (I forgot the name) Only when I got home to Texas, did I discover the Davidoff stores in NY. There is one off Madison and another somewhere in Manhattan. It was then I also discovered the existance of the Davidoff Manhattan cigar. The store's online price for a single stick is 36 bucks. Has anyone smoked it, and if so, is it worth it for me to purchace and smoke at home for a special occasion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    I wnet to NY over the summer and loved it. I went to Barclay-Rex and this place in SoHo. (I forgot the name) Only when I got home to Texas, did I discover the Davidoff stores in NY. There is one off Madison and another somewhere in Manhattan. It was then I also discovered the existance of the Davidoff Manhattan cigar. The store's online price for a single stick is 36 bucks. Has anyone smoked it, and if so, is it worth it for me to purchace and smoke at home for a special occasion?
    I suspect - based upon what you've previously posted - that you already know the quality of Davidoff cigars. So - I suppose the answer to your question would depend on whether or not you can afford to light up and burn "36 bucks".

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    Well, it would be for a special occasion, of course.

    If you love Davidoff as well, we must have similar tastes. If you've had it, was it worth it to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    Well, it would be for a special occasion, of course.

    If you love Davidoff as well, we must have similar tastes. If you've had it, was it worth it to you?
    If I were to answer "yes", would you immediately hit the "buy" button?

    ...or, perhaps, were you looking for a concensus opinion amongst the CigarSmokers community?

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    The concensus opinion of those who have tried that cigar. Once I get a feel from about 5 others, then I might rush to hit the "buy" button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    The concensus opinion of those who have tried that cigar. Once I get a feel from about 5 others, then I might rush to hit the "buy" button.
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    Don't you know? Those cigars only burn in Manhattan. You could order one, but it won't light unless you're actually in New York. I should know. I've got three that I can't even throw in the fire.


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    I wonder how they get it to do that.

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    If you have $36 to spend on one stick you should be getting a newb sampler and enjoying a bunch of really great sticks numerous times. That's just my $0.02

    To reply to your original question, sorry I haven't smoked one. I can't justify burning a stick that expensive when I know that there are others that I really enjoy that are much cheaper.

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    Personally - they're my go-to smoke. I smoke several a week. My philosophy is "why save 'em for a special occasion!". If you're asking my opinion - hit the "buy" button - and you should order at least 5! You can't go wrong!

    I can also tell you, they're not "soft". Despite that - I still think they're pretty fresh.

    But what a quandry... You have my opinion - but what's a cigar smoker to do if he cannot be influenced by a total of 5 cigar smokers!?!? You have my opinion, but I'm only a force of one!

    saviour - I have a funny feeling we're going to fall a tad bit short on the 5 person requirement.


    Good luck!

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    Guess he can't see the squiggly red lines under the words he misspells.

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    Hell, for $36 you can get one of them Bronx hookers to take her teeth out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cigarsarge View Post
    Guess he can't see the squiggly red lines under the words he misspells.
    I was using a comp at my college campus, and they only run IE without an auto-spell check. Now that I am at home, nothing is misspelled. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    I was using a comp at my college campus, and they only run IE without an auto-spell check. Now that I am at home, nothing is misspelled. I love it.
    No, it isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashauler View Post
    No, it isn't.
    That's how I always spell it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashauler View Post
    No, it isn't.
    I can't tell - it's the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggiese View Post
    I can't tell - it's the internet.
    LMAO!!

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    BTW, saviour - you know if you go to the Corona Cigar Company in Orlando there's a damn good chance you'll run into Avo, right? He's best friends with the owner. And if you have the pleasure of meeting him, there's a better than even chance he'll give you some GREAT cigars from his personal stash (if he takes a liking to you, that is - the Avo 22 is to die for!) If you bring a nice looking blonde with you - there's an even better chance he'll spend the entire night with you!

    And - as an extra added bonus - they have Avo cigars in their store that you can only get at Corona.

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    Am I saviour? Phonetically it sounds like my name. O.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    Am I saviour? Phonetically it sounds like my name. O.o
    I don't know how we survived without you - perhaps you're the second coming...

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