As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches, the Cigar World team wanted to do something pretty darn simple. Ask you, the best cigar fanatics on the planet, what cigar (or cigars) are you thankful for?

There's no right answer.

There’s no wrong answer.

Hell, you don’t even need to have one answer. 

If you’re thankful for 50 cigars, let us know!

I’ll kick it off. And don’t get me wrong, I could probably list a handful of cigars I look forward to each and every time I smoke them. But, the cigar below hits the old heartstrings everytime I think about it, and that’s why I’m damn thankful for it.

Punch Grand Cru

Why? What is it about Grand Cru? As much as I love the tobacco in the cigar, it’s more so the sense of nostalgia it provides me. This cigar reminds me of incredible times with some of the most important people in my life, so that’s why I’m thankful for this cigar. If you’ve never smoked it, I highly recommend it. You can check out the blend details and learn more at the link below.

Wrapper: Connecticut Shade

Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf

Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan, Dominican Piloto Cubano

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  • Member Avatar
    (8 days ago)

    I’m relatively new to really enjoying a nice smoke, but I’m thankful for Macanudo cigars and becoming more and more thankful for Olvia cigars too.

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    (10 days ago)

    I am extremely thankful that I live in a state, NH, that let's adults pursue the finer things in life. I take advantage of this every week and offer thanks with a cut, a flame, and a puff. So after the turkey, enjoy and celebrate the finer side of celebrating with your favorite stick.

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    (12 days ago)

    I'm thankful for the Oliva Melanio 135 and all the cigars my local shop carries.

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    (12 days ago)

    I would have to say I am thankful for the Bolivar Churchill (Dominican) This was my first venture into premium hand rolled cigars. This cigar is like a first love. Maybe not the prettiest. There are other blends that are better but you just can’t forget your first.

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    (12 days ago)

    **I'm thankful for a lot of cigars. I want to give a shout-out to the tobacco master that started me out with the right cigar as a beginner and got me hooked. Since then I've grown to love:. Patron 64th Anniversary for it's taste, draw, and memories. I always look forward to a Rocky Patel the Disciple, for it's smoothness, draw, craftsmanship, and notes of taste throughout. Those are my top 2 but since have grown to be adventurous. **

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    (12 days ago)

    I am thankful for the following: The Bohekio by Supremo Tobacco, The Queen's Guard by J. London, The Bass Reeves by Protocal, War Witch by Black Star Line, Nomos, Most of the Cavalier line..lol

  • Member Avatar
    (12 days ago)

    Arturo Fuente

    8-5-8 is an epic Arturo Fuente cigar.

    Aged Dominican fillers

    African Cameroon wrapper.

  • Member Avatar
    (13 days ago)

    Romeo Y julieta, Monte cristo Browns, Cohiba

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    (13 days ago)

    Punch Classico , reminds me of trout fishing the creeks of PA in my 20’s keeping the bugs away and a smile on my face while I waded into tranquility

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    (13 days ago)

    Romeo Y Julietta 1875 Bully

    ***** #1 In my top 5 cigars

    Awesome fist light. Great aromatherapy, razor sharp burn with long ash, mild to med creamy nutty cedar rich smoke. Strong finish but still creamy not harsh a real cool finger pincher. My Lisa likes to pick the ash and play in it. I believe, if someone picked up this tiny butt they would be satisfied with what was left from a beautifully constructed masterpiece!.

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    (13 days ago)

    LGC!

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    (13 days ago)

    I’m thankful for the Arturo Fuente Hemingway Masterpiece. Cheers!

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    (13 days ago)

    I like the hoyo de Monterrey 1066 church hill. Very soothing, earthy, with hints of leather, oak, spice notes.

    Ava Marie is a great smoke to cuddle with a nice bourbon around the holidays..

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    (13 days ago)

    Rocky Patel, Battalion, Edge, Maduro!

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    (13 days ago)

    I am Thankful for The Warfighter Series of Cigars Because they are Owned and Operated and Made By Veterans. And also Thankful for The Drew Estate Acid Brand which Got me into cigars

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    (13 days ago)

    CAO Flathead 660

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    (13 days ago)

    I am still thankful for my very first real cigar that was not a Swisher Sweet or Have a Tampa cigar. It was 1975 and I was stationed in Madrid Spain and my wife was in the Base Hospital after giving birth to our daughter. Since I couldn't stay at the hospital I drove into Madrid for dinner and as I passed a tobacco store I got my first Cuban cigar. It was a Montecristo and I remember that it began stout but improved rapidly as my palate sort of caught up. A great memory to add to one of my most memorable occasions. So, I am thankful for the birth of a healthy baby girl and my first real journey on the cigar highway.

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    (13 days ago)

    Blanco Nine JT Limitado

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    (13 days ago)

    I am going for the Gold! La Flor Dominicana Ligero LGranu…..!! I buy them by the box of 100…when I can. These are my absolute GO TO!

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    (13 days ago)

    Liga Privada #9 and My Father Le Bijou 1922

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    (13 days ago)

    Hemingway Short Story

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    (13 days ago)

    I am thankful for the Padron 64

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    (13 days ago)

    I am thankful for the Stilwell by Dunbarton, when I first lit this cigar up I knew it was special and damn if I wasn't right. This cigar had me captivated for hours with the burn, taste and construction, after I finished this gem I went out and bought a box of these. This is my choice for 2022 Cigar of the Year.

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    (13 days ago)

    I am Thankful everyday (because it's my real and actual name), but I am currently thankful for the flavorful smoke found in the CAO Colombia!!

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    (13 days ago)

    I am thankful to get my hands on a Arturo Fuente Rare Pinks and will burn it this weekend.

    The Rare Pinks have a dark Ecuadoran wrapper, and is robust from what I understand!

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