This thread should be a good one to compliment OPs threat on single malt Scotch. What's your idea of a good stogie to burn when the time is right? Arturo Fuentes, Romeo Y Julietas, Macanudo, Partagas, Motecristo, CAO, Swisher Sweets (tips/no tips), Robustos, Churchills, Lonsdales, Torpedoes, puritos, cigarillos, name you stick and style. Dominican, Cubano, Mexican, wherever it came from makes no matter. I don't have a favorite stick to stick to, but as of late I have a new go to smoke when nothing fancy or stylish is called for - the Kentucky Cheroot. Smoked by Clint Eastwood himself in such iconic movies as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, High Plains Drifter, and a Fistful of Dollars" to name a few. They do not require to be kept in a humidor, just keep them dry and their good as when you just opened the box. I smoke these when out riding the lawnmower or burning something on the pit. Sometimes I put the Cigar Factory New Orleans puritos into the rotation as well, but the Cheroots have moved into the #1 spot. Just yesterday while riding my new 52" Scag ZTR, I celebrated by firing up an Arturo Fuente given to me by a former Marine Corps of the full bird type and current drinking buddy. Man that thing was a firecracker I'm here to tell you. Gave me a buzz like I poured a couple three, four shots of Wild Turkey down the pie hole. Had to go over the yard again in the other direction to straighten out the lines if you know what I mean. Anyhoo, time for your favs and stories.