Which Marque do you dislike the most?


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Cohiba- is too overrated and overpriced brand. If Cohiba appears in my humidor, I try to smoke it out faster, so that it does not catch my eye and does not annoy me. I fight it, but it keeps coming ba

This is like trying to pick out which one of your kids you love the least. 

I said Punch. But I like all of the choices to differing degrees.  Of these choices, I wouldn’t even say I dislike Punch the most, as much as I would say that I like it the least.

16 hours ago, SigmundChurchill said:

I said Punch.

But I like all of the choices to differing degrees.  Of these choices, I wouldn’t even say I dislike Punch the most, as much as I would say that I like it the least.

Tough call between Punch and RYJ but Punch for me....I just had a RYJ cedro and that was actually pretty decent so it swayed me.

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15 hours ago, LLC said:

I went with RyJ. Only ones in my humidor are a Canadian RE, very good cigar but it just isn’t a brand I think to explore. No good reason but it’s always been that way.


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There are RyJ regionals?  I thought the rule was no global marca regionals.

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I voted Cohiba. I always keep trying , I really do , and it’s not that I haven’t had any good ones , and aged ones , and I visited El Laguito and it was really nice , and yet , and yet ...the brand just doesn’t do it for me I’m afraid... which makes it’s super premium luxury aura all the more (dare I say it) irritating to me

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Cant help put think if R&J only had 4 cigars

2x Savoury    Royales  & Cazadores

2x Sweet       Churchill & Exhiition No 4

There would be a great deal more people here that would love the Marca.    it's just all the dead weight that makes people switch off. 

Romeo & Julieta is like that terrible restaurant, thats right next to an out of the way tourist attraction. Because of it's recognisable name,  it's doesn't even have to try. it has a captive audience.   Even if they dipped them in crap,  they would still fly out of the airports.    It's all your fault Winston!!!

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Leave Punch alone! He’s a delightful creature, who has already suffered a deep cleansing by Habanos ?!

I always get treated like a beast when I say this but...Partagas is for me the most overrated one! I have smoked my way through the range, tried all sorts of ages and LEs but I find the flavours boring, and utterly offensive! :) 

 

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See after reading responses after my vote I realized something, I should have voted Cohiba. I voted RyJ because there are a fair amount of misses from them for me, but there hits are solid. Somebody said reduce the offerings to 4 and they'd be money, I agree. Cohiba for the ridiculous price does not find value for me, I've had great Cohiba but the cost is absurd. Anyway my 6 cents

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I'm superstitious..i wouldn't vote on this if you paid me. a discontinued marca would instantly become my favorite, resulting in anger, frustration, resentment followed by irrational purchases of the filthy tobacco sausages that are no longer being made. lol

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I’d say that the cigars I’ve found most offensive were all Partagas, though a few vitolas seem to generally be decent or more to my taste. In contrast, I’ve never had a RyJ that I really hated, but I’ve also never had one I liked. I will probably try different partagas vitolas at some point. I would be fine if I never smoked another RyJ for the rest of my life. Hence my vote goes for Romeo.

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Can't vote.

I've had great smokes from every one of these. Crappy ones too.

It would be just as hard to ask which I liked most.

You could have at least included Guantameras........

 

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I picked Bolivar. I don't dislike Bolivar, in fact I like a good BBF or an aged PC or RC, but out of the major brands listed, it's the brand I least connect with. It is the earthiness especially in younger cigars that I don't identify with. I like aged PC when the earthiness gives way to more chocolate notes, and I like the strength and complexity of a good BBF. Is there some reason we are choosing between the major global brands and the biggest of the regionals (?? I'm not actually sure if they are) ?

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Trinidad- even though it's not on the list.  I smoked a Vigia tubo the other day that I would only share with an enemy- cloying and wind-tunnelly.  I adore the Reyes, and the Fundadores can be extraordinary-but "can be" is the operative term.  I know this is heresy, but I got too much sleep last night and I can't stop myself.

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Partagas is too much of a shadow of its former self, or at least in my mind.  The EL's and Reserva's are great, but they just don't get me excited as when I first started smoking cigars.

I figured Upmann would get the least votes.  Nice to see that.  I can see many votes for R&J, but they've turned the marca around big time in the last few years. 

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To posters who genuinely dislike a marca -- 

Did you used to like it? Did the dislike grow on you? 

I'm about 10 years into cigars but < 1 into CC's, and every! single! one! is magical in its own way. Can only dream of the day when I say, no thanks, I've had enough of how you get rosewater and cherries out of burned tobacco. 

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Cohiba. Tried a lot of Vitolas and never been impressed. Far too lackluster for the money.

In their price range I would expect near perfect consistency too - and in my experience they don’t deliver on that either.

Only exception being medio siglo, which I have enjoyed.


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