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    Default need cutter, lighter, case/box (not a humidor) for groomsmen

    Need some help sourcing a ~$75 per set

    looking for a lighter with engraving
    cutter with engraving
    box
    cigar to be smoked then and there when I give

    getting married on the 23rd and havent gotten them gifts yet! rehersal dinner is the 19TH when I will give them out

    any help is appreciated

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    haha I am in the same boat looking for wedding gifts for groomsmen
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    In 2007 I got all my groomsmen a Kershaw Chive and got their initials engraved on it. You can get the plain jane stainless or step up to a damascus blade. It's tiny but extremely well made. To this day all 10 of my wedding party still have their knives on their key chains and say they use the thing constantly and it's the "best gift ever".

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    my friends have no need for something like a knife, but that looks pretty cool though

    back to the cigar idea....

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    It's up to you, but at $75 for all of that stuff plus engraving you would be getting some lower end products. I would suggest one really nice item plus a cigar instead of a kit of sorts. Up to you, just a suggestion. I can help you out if you like: [email protected]
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    Talk to Jim he'll set you up... i personally got my guys Gshocks and we downed a bottle a mac 18 with some padron 85's

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    Get a lighter/cigar cutter combo with a premium cigar. I would suggest a Padron Family Reserve since they don't need to be aged and great out of the box...if you go Opus X you might get a young version that need aging.

    Now the mitigating factor are the guys you are giving the cigars too...you might want to get a milder cigar so you won't have a bunch of guys loopy and yakking since their cigar constitution might not be tolerant of a full bodied cigar.

    You could go Davidoff...that has name cache and is relatively mild to medium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AMGfan View Post
    Get a lighter/cigar cutter combo with a premium cigar. I would suggest a Padron Family Reserve since they don't need to be aged and great out of the box...if you go Opus X you might get a young version that need aging.

    Now the mitigating factor are the guys you are giving the cigars too...you might want to get a milder cigar so you won't have a bunch of guys loopy and yakking since their cigar constitution might not be tolerant of a full bodied cigar.

    You could go Davidoff...that has name cache and is relatively mild to medium.
    HAHA had two my guys loopy the whole weekend since i was force feeding them cigars

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    Quote Originally Posted by WIEisME View Post
    HAHA had two my guys loopy the whole weekend since i was force feeding them cigars
    So fun to watch though! I've made a few guys turn green...it's multiplied when there is a lot of second hand smoke too. Gotta love watching those "tough" guys who refuse to show weakness be taken down by a stogie!
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