i must be a super n00b, 3 of those top 40 have made me sick...I need something super mild i guess. Torano Silver Exodus 1959 gave me one hell of a headache, then i tossed my cookies with a Pardon last week. not good...
A great list to get started and point people in the right direction. I've smoked a few different cigars previous to joining (a few of which are on the list) but here are a few that I thought should FOR SURE be on it:
1. Romeo y Julieta - 1875 Medallas de Oro Reserva Real
2. Romeo y Julieta - Medallas de Oro Vintage
3. Oliva - Serie V
4. A. Fuente - Gran Reserva
All are pretty easy and enjoyable smokes IMO. Help for other noobs that I have gone by (many may already know this info but just to state it in another helpful area) is just looking at the cigar color and sometimes smell.
Definitely recommend the A. Fuente - Gran Reserva to any noob. I had not had one until last night and it was a joy. Smooth taste, aroma, and finish. One of only a couple cigars I could stand to actually smell the smoke coming off the cigar while still on my lips.