Churchill · 7 × 50 MYCH3
Cedar Chest of 20
Medium - Full
Dark Brown / Maduro
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Value for the price
tmellis on 03/07/15
Good Nicaraguan flavor. Tight square press. Decent overall for the price. Pretty consistent throughout, no third is bad overall. Not the best constructed cigar though. Probably won't buy another box of these, but would definitely smoke one again in the future.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
"WOW!" "DAMN FINE CIGAR!"
johnson4382 on 09/15/15
"DAMN!" "WOW!" I think that pretty much sums up my brother's words after I offered him a Mayorga Churchill, one of my favorite cigars won on a JR Dutch auction. We were two retired people sitting on my back porch smoking excellence, a spicy square pressed beauty that I bet is better than anything Castro ever smoked, but, hey, that is just my opinion, and without using flowery words to describe perfection, I can only say to anyone who has never smoked this dark, oily, tongue teasing treat and wants to taste a devilishly good heavenly cigar on earth, (damn, did I just use flowery language?....uh,... try this one. You will not be disappointed. This is the most consistent, even burning, smooth drawing, non unraveling bargain I ever smoked. Brother got it right when he said, "Wow!". This is one damn fine cigar!
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Crudeminer on 11/07/14
I bid/won a box of the Maduros from a JR Dutch auction because they sounded good and the price was right. I was worried as they all 'canoed' but felt better after reading found it typical. I'm not an uber cigar guy, but know what I like, and I have been enjoying t them and would consider buying more.
Mr. Green Jeans on 08/26/15
Terrible cigar. Soft, underpacked, won't stay lit, uneven burn (when it does burn), and worst of all, the "maduro" wrapper is dyed to disguise the mottled surface. The brown dye actually comes off on your lips and fingers unless you first wipe it down with a moist paper towel, leaving a dark, shoe-polish brown pigment on the towel. Beware!
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