Good Coffee flavored cigar?
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JAVA's are good. I haven't experienced Bahia or Thompson. However, Drew Estate Tabak Especial Limited is a favorite of mine. Here are the details.
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I've tried several. Not my thing, but if you just HAVE TO flavor your cigars, I guess coffee is the best choice. So, with that in mind, may I suggest Kopi Luwak? I had one, once, and of the coffee flavored cigars it was as good as any. Plus it had a cool dragon label. Makes people ask "What's that shidt you're smoking?"WARNING: The above post may contain thoughts or ideas known to the State of Caliphornia to cause seething rage, confusion, distemper, nausea, perspiration, sphincter release, or cranial implosion to persons who implicitly trust only one news source, or find themselves at either the left or right political extreme. Proceed at your own risk.
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Lol prolly not, but funny! Not a lot of coffee cigar smokers here, bub, but @MrPossum can prolly suggest a good instant coffee / cigar combo for dippin' and making your own versions....
Cool thanks just getting into cigars and not big on the flavors (acid FAIL) just wanting to try different things and saw the coffee,rum, vanilla etc. and thought they would be interesting to try. About 2 weeks in and there aren’t any shops in this area so I have to order online/ drive 50+ miles to get quality. Just want make it worth my while.
Awesome! Welcome. Most people who smoke that stuff like the java.
A word to the wise; don't buy a ton of them, because chances are good that sooner or later you'll want your cigars to taste like tobacco.
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The Java is a good starting point. It's poor quality tobacco, but a strong coffee flavor. Tabak Especial is the next step. Less coffee flavor, but a better tobacco. After that try the Isle De La Sol. Closer to a normal cigar, still mildly flavored with a slightly sweetend tip. Then the COA MX2. This one is just a double maduro, not actually flavored, but a ton of coffee notes in the tobacco itself.
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This is clearly a trick question, the true answer is, there are none. I second the mx2 try that instead.
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I think Macanudo M Is coffee flavored too, IIRC. Not 100% sure on that one.
Two versions. One coffee and one bourbon.
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Dude just put a pinch between you lip and gum.
How's about a mild cigar with an "Excellent Cup" of coffee?
Lmao it was just an experiment, it was nice though
if you like the Mx2, the Mx3 is even better. Camacho Triple Maduro is more on the sweet side, less coffee notes imo.
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