Navarre cigars 100% French tobacco


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Hi everyone,

I just came back from spending a four day

weekend with our cigar club near Toulouse with a cigar club there.

We took time to visit a cigar factory in a small town

called Navarrenx, where they make a cigar called NAVARRE.

As anyone heard of this cigar?

The cigar is made of 100% french tobacco grown on the spot

with the help of cuban technections and cuban rollers.

I can only say that the cigar is good, can't

really conpare with cubans but they are really very good

and in a class of its own. if you want more info go to

www.humiblog. com and on the search write Navarre.

It's got the whole story,

Interesting cigar, got myself

some to put in the humidor. Check it out!!!!!!

and vive la France:-D

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» » As anyone heard of this cigar?

» The cigar is made of 100% french tobacco grown on the spot

» with the help of cuban technections and cuban rollers.

Yes. I've heard of it. I asked several of my Paris cigar-smoking friends about it. Their response was not enthusiastic, to put it mildly.

On the other hand, I feel like as long as I'm here, I should try a couple, just to be fair.

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That's really funny 'cause it happened that we tried this cigar at our Beijing cigar dinner 2 days ago.... The Robusto size...

I would say one thing: it is probably the best non-cuban cigar i tried in many years :)!

Maybe, just maybe, i would buy a cabinet to learn more about it and to see how it ages...

Finally i will not hesitate... i will buy one cabinet!

It's worth it, really!

Guib;-) u

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» » Guillaume

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» » Bring one with you to Shanghai if you have the chance as I would love

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» » try it :-)

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» Hi prez,

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» Well, did you ever get a chance to try it, I hope so.:confused:

I screwed up and forgot it in Beijing....

My bad...

But I'll send it to him soon ;-)

Guibou

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