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Imagine you just got back from the doctor's office where it was revealed that you have (insert serious illness here) and will have to begin treatment tomorrow morning. The doc was very specific, "No tobacco of any kind once you start treatment!" You survey your collection, consider the offerings at the nearby tobacconists, and consider what your last ever cigar will be. So.... What would you smoke?
 

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I know a lot of answers to this will probably be a rare stick in someones collection they have been holding off on smoking until the right moment...but I'm simple and I would like to relive a moment with my dad we shared a few years ago where we both sat and talked about life, love and whatever. I was smoking a Tatuaje Grand Conoju. I would choose that.
 

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I'd go with a Cohiba GR! I've never had one and from what I hear, its the closest thing to a perfect cigar, what ever that means!
 

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I'd go with something really unique, good or not. Like the egg or that one that looks like a twisted up tree root
 

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AF Anejo #77 The Shark
 

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I'd go with something really unique, good or not. Like the egg or that one that looks like a twisted up tree root
I think you're thinking of a culebra? Many companies make them actually, they are three (sometimes each varying in blends) lanceros twisted up together and meant to be smoked individually (but hopefully with good friends). I've been meaning to try and get my hands on a Tatuaje Old Man and the C or a cuban culebra or some sort... or I guess any cuban of any sort. :bow1:

Culebras came about because factory owners needed a way to distinguish if rollers/floor workers were smoking more than their allotment any given day. Due to the way the cigar was twisted, they could always tell the difference between someone smoking premium stock or someone smoking what they were allowed.

 

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Liga privada #9. Had some of the best times of my life smoking that cigar. Proposed to my future wife with one burning and it's my go to celebration cigar also.
 

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I think I would like to try the pre embargo super partagas. without having one before I still think it would be a special moment, Cigar is like 65+ years old
 
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