Cuban Cigar Deal of the Week: Romeo y Julieta Petit Coronas - Just $119 for 25 cigars!

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    Komodota
    March 22, 2013

    I f#*%£€<|\_=¥€&$@);/@@# LOVE Lanceros! Not only are some of the all time world's best great cigars* ever come in this size – but there are factors that come into play some guys never think of when firing up a Lancero.

    (*The original Pete Johnson "Ghost" cigar; the Cain F Lancero Tubo; the Cohiba Lancero; the Tatuaje Black Label Petite Lancero; the La Palina Goldie Laguito #2, the Liga Privada L40; the Montecristo 75th Anniversary Lancero Decadas – I could go on)

    But I also contend that the Lancero is the manliest badass cigar vitola out there. Go to any nice/upscale cigar bar that happens to draw very attractive women; light up a Lancero and I almost guarantee you she's not only going to notice, but she's going to strike up a conversation with you, she's going to mention how nice the shape of the cigar is and say something to the effect that it would be the perfect shape and size for her to smoke. And duh, you better carry two of them!!!

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    Michel
    March 22, 2013

    Amen to that!!! And like Komodata, and taking it a little bit further. Wanna meet women? Light up a La Gloria Cubana Med. d’Or #3… find out yourself…

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    Ron S.
    March 22, 2013

    At times I do enjoy a 50 rings gauge. But I do enjoy the lancero and/or lonsdale’s. Recently I tried the new CyB. Of the 3 different sizes, the lonsdale was the best tasting.
    Thanks for the article.

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    wm2slc
    March 22, 2013

    The Illusione HL, My Father No. 4, La Aurora Cien Años are among my favs.. also the Oliva V

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    wm2slc
    March 22, 2013

    Oh, forgot my everyday JdN Antano 1970

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    ThomasD
    March 23, 2013

    Amen brothers. I can begin to list the number of cigar lines that I wish came in a corona or lonsdale vitola.

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    Jmorena
    March 23, 2013

    Unfortunately, our Cuban friends are following the current trend of “robusto or bust”. They discontinue thin cigars and add fatties. Very sad.

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    Tee
    March 24, 2013

    Amen to the lancero!
    There are still many Cuban factories rolling thinner cigars, although they may not technically be lanceros. Try the Trinidad Fundadores or Montcristo Especiales.

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    Stef
    March 27, 2013

    Thanks for this article… Fully interesting and I think I have to think one more time before choosing my next smoke…

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    Robkei
    March 31, 2013

    My only concern with the Lancero vitola is the increased heat of burning due to the decrease in ring gauge. Hot smoke kills the good flavors. I do, however, agree with the filler vs. wrapper conundrum. I’m thinking Lonsdale is the size for me.

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    Tony
    March 30, 2015

    Tatuaje’s, “La Casita Croilla” and “Cabaiguan” are my most favorite 7.5×38 cigars. Pigtail capped, exceptional draw, even burn, and quite smooth. Mmmm! :-)

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