Tina E:Agreed, Lasabar! It comes down to personal taste and what you handle nicotine-wise. I've been smoking for a few years now, and I'm enjoying some of the stronger cigars that I wasn't able to handle when I first started. My favorites still seem to stay within the mild and medium range though. Man O' War Ruination was one of the first cigars I smoked, and I was lucky I made it home okay with the buzz I had from not even smoking half of that.
a_brooks:Hey guys, I'm new to the forum. The husband has been smoking cigars for a few months now and I've tried a few of his, but I really haven't found one I enjoy. Any suggestions on a good, mild cigar for a woman? Any input would be appreciated!
ShotgunJohn:Gurkha Park Ave and Monte Cristo White, ccom purple and blue label; for higher end Ashton and Davidoff. When my wife use to smoke she use to smoke Drew Estate Kuba Kuba, Blondie and Cold Infusion Tea. Welcome to the boards.
nikkiarb:My husband, has become a big cigar fanatic and I want to share in the experience. What's best Cigar for a woman?
kuzi16:i started my wife with a Davidoff Millennium blend.
then the Gran Cru. while in nicaragua she expanded her horizons with JdN cabinetta, Camacho connecticut. she is far more willing to get into infused than i am. she is looking forward to trying the Acid liquid that i picked up in the "crap cigar" pass a few weeks ago. im not sure she will like it. i started the wife on the best of the best.she is now VERY picky. any small problems and shes done with it fast.according to the tour guide at the Oliva factory, the Cain Daytona is "a smoke for women" sounds sexist, but the tour guide was a woman. she said it was one fo her favorite blends they have produced. this was before they handed us one and before they came out so i had to take her word for it.