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Wildcat wrote: Sat Apr 03, 2021 3:20 pm
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I don’t think I’ve ever seen the green sweets. Are they swishers take on a candela? Inquiring minds.
My first go round with them. I was hoping the same thing, I'm a fan of candela cigars. Honey Sports are a favorite, but can't find them locally anymore since I've started back on cigars. They have what I think is a homogenized candela wrap. My review: No bueno and I like Swisher Sweets. I just wanted a quick smoke while the Mrs was shopping and I grabbed them in a head shop. The Rich Taste was a nice find tho, looking forward to that!
I trust your judgement and will probably pass if I do see them. I’m a fan of swishers as well, locally they are pretty much the only game in town as far as larger machine made cigars go. Plenty of black and milds (not a fan) and backwoods. We used to have William penn as I remember my cousins father gnawing on them constantly at the dairy farm.
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Somebody stop me. Lol. I got ten of these Rico Barato Maduros from Cigars Daily. As well as a 5 pack of these Plasencia Nesticos. The Plasencia is apparently the only certified organic cigar in existence. I need to research it more but that's their claim.
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Riff89 wrote: Sat Apr 03, 2021 3:27 pm
Wildcat wrote: Sat Apr 03, 2021 3:20 pm
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I don’t think I’ve ever seen the green sweets. Are they swishers take on a candela? Inquiring minds.
My first go round with them. I was hoping the same thing, I'm a fan of candela cigars. Honey Sports are a favorite, but can't find them locally anymore since I've started back on cigars. They have what I think is a homogenized candela wrap. My review: No bueno and I like Swisher Sweets. I just wanted a quick smoke while the Mrs was shopping and I grabbed them in a head shop. The Rich Taste was a nice find tho, looking forward to that!
I trust your judgement and will probably pass if I do see them. I’m a fan of swishers as well, locally they are pretty much the only game in town as far as larger machine made cigars go. Plenty of black and milds (not a fan) and backwoods. We used to have William penn as I remember my cousins father gnawing on them constantly at the dairy farm.
Before I stopped and started again 🤣 I used ro smoke my share of William Penn's cigars. I like them a lot and the beer discount place used ro sell them at a discount if you bought 2 packages. I'll have to swing by. As for Swisher Sweets, I smoked a butt ton of them in highschool, college and the army. I'm mentally putting an order together and I think I'll add some.
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SPRT is good. I have smoked a lot of it - although not recently...
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SPRT is good. I have smoked a lot of it - although not recently...
I almost purchased a pouch of Largo Gold instead, which I would recommend you try if you like SPRT, but I saw the SPRT and grabbed it instead as it's been awhile.
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So, I was leafing through the P&C catalogue, looking to place an order, and here is what I found:

Capt. Black, any flavor, for $51.81/12 oz can.

Mixture 79 for $44.15/14 oz can.

Half and Half for $32.12/12 oz can.

Which is the better deal?

Thinking about it made my head hurt so I purchased a 12 oz bag of Super-Value Cherry Cavendish and a 12 oz bag of Super-Value Chocolate for a grand total of $34.82 plus shipping. It cost less than the M79 without shipping. I sure wouldn't mind some M79 right about now, though.
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