32 Responses to “FREE Macanudo Cigars and Butane Lighter Giveaway”

  1. Tim Avalon says:

    I use butane torches because they are the most convenient source of flame on the go, and they don’t leave a distinguishable flavor.

  2. Seth says:

    Hi, thanks for the contest! For cigars I primary use a jet light for the simple fact it distorts really no flavors and helps start a great, even, and well light burn.

  3. steve walsh says:

    Wow great contest. I use a butane lighter because matches and Bic’s take to darn long to get my cigar lit.

  4. Dawn C says:

    I use a butane lighter, thanks for the contest!

  5. Steve C says:

    I like butane because it doesn’t add as much taste as a fluid lighter or matches! Thanks very much for the contest and reviews!

  6. Carolyn G says:

    That is a terrific lighter. Hubby uses matches to light his cigars but I know he would love this one.

  7. Wes T. says:

    Use either my Ronson Jet-Lite or a dual-flame jet lighter. (Butane) I use matches every once in a while to maintain my fire-building proficiency!

    Thanks for the contest!

  8. Dave K. says:

    I use a butane torch because it is reliable and lights my cigars so that they burn evenly.

  9. I use a dual touch lighter it burns hot and fast no smell or taste like a match or lighter fluid

  10. Elliott says:

    I am a butane guy as well because it is the most reliable way to get a cigar lit right.

  11. Bruce Beyer says:

    If I am at home, I use a micro-torch. Only takes a second or two to toast the foot, then actually light the cigar without drawing in the first smoke. Away from home I use an old Zippo with a butane insert. The butane does not leave an aftertaste.

  12. Sticks says:

    I always use a butane lighter and I have high end lighters for social occasions and cheaper ones for outdoor activities. I like the clean source of flame that butane provides and it doesn’t taint the flavor the cigar.

  13. Travis K says:

    I trade off between matches and my lucky BIC. I’m new to the cigar hobby and am learning to distinguish the taste that different lighting sources produce. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  14. Scott M says:

    I use a triple torch butane lighter for 2 reasons, 1) ever try to light a cigar with matches on a windy day and think… this is dumb I need a lighter that wont blow out in the wind and these matches are a joke 2) ever have to relight that same cigar because it just went out and it is still windy, and all you have is a cheap regular lighter or matches and after going though a box of matches think to yourself I need to stop being cheap and buy a torch lighter sooooo make it a triple please…. so smokemifugotm and if you dont have a good torch lighter hopefully its not too windy where u r… Thanks :-)

  15. Jim W says:

    Butane. Triple jet to toast and light and single jet for touch ups. Thanks for the contest.

  16. Ron Steele says:

    I use butane. No aftertaste, and some cigars are too oily and difficult to light. Need all the flame you can get on these. Thanks.

  17. Robert Ritchie says:

    Butane grill light — why, when I am grilling, of course…

  18. Kelly Lands says:

    Butane torch. Need one hooked to a 20# tank.

  19. Jerry K says:

    Mostly torch lighters, due usually to wind issues and the fact that I want to actually light my cigar so I can hurry up and relax!

  20. Curt Minich says:

    Truly depends on what I’m smoking but 90% of the time I use my triple flame butane lighter does the job doesn’t leave a taste that other sources do does it quickly and I can control what I’m lighting and where perfect to fix a funky burn.

  21. Ed Pimentel says:

    I use matches because they always remind me to slow down, take my time, and enjoy the cigar. It’s all about the experience, right? Toast them just like with the torches for a nice even light without drama.

    I also think the cooler burn of the matches agrees with the tobacco better. Too much heat is never good.

  22. Joe says:

    Zippo. I know it imparts a slight taste, but the only lighter I’ve ever carried and allowed where I work.

  23. Darren says:

    Damn, not only are they telling us where we have to smoke our cigars now but they only let us carry certain brands of lighters too. I feel sorry for you guys. I’m sure glad I live in the country.

  24. Matthew says:

    Butane lighter is what I prefer. Gets them toasting quick. It’s hard finding a reliable butane lighter though.

  25. Bill says:

    Actually pretty new cigar smoker, been using matches because that is what they put in with the cigars when I buy them. Was looking for butane lighter, like the no taste and outdoor, windproof light capability.

  26. Scott Bein says:

    I use a torch, because it it helps light the cigar more efficiently without an distortionof the cigars flavor.

  27. Andy says:

    I used a butane lighter all the time until I accidentally left it & a cutter in my laptop bag when going through airport security. My options were to throw it away or go back out, check my laptop bag and get back in line for security. Since I no longer have a butane lighter if I’m it’s wind free I use the matches from the retailer from whom the cigar was purchased and use a bic if there’s wind. Why? Because it’s important to know what you’re taking through security at the airport.

  28. Chuck says:

    I use a Ronson Jet-Lite most times. If it’s a really special cigar, I’ll use matches, and if it’s indoors, I’ll use matches. Otherwise the “inexpensive” Ronson comes to the rescue. The main reason I use the Ronson, is because of the cost. They’re $4.99 at Walgreen’s and you can find them there all day. If I accidentally leave it somewhere, I just go get another one.

    Of course, If I had a REALLY NICE lighter, I’d probably take better care of it…LOL.

  29. Jim says:

    I first started smoking cigars about two years ago. A buddy of mine said, “you’ve got to try this…” and I did. I did some research about cigars and learned from experts on how to light, what kinds are available, and care of humidors. I found a real sense of manliness in taking the time and patience to light it slowly and deliberately. My go-to is using matches, and if available the cedar sticks. My back up is a triple flame butane in case I am outdoors and the breeze is an issue. Usually it is not, but there has been a time or two. Ha. I love the cigar world.

  30. Matt says:

    Congrats Joe! You are the winner. I sent you an email. See you guys for the next one.

  31. Darren says:

    Hope the torch works better than the zippo! Enjoy the cigars Joe.

  32. Joe says:

    Thanks Guys! I’m really looking forward to this & appreciate this nice site for keeping-up with the latest cigar offerings out there!

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