Churchill · 7.5 × 50 TACH
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can't say I world recommend
I bought a sampler. May have gotten a bad couple in the bunch. It smokes but had a hard draw, and an average at best taste. Not bad, but I've smoked much better. At this price point you can do better. Even an average cigar can be enjoyable, this one was borderline
Great after breakfast
Cm.burke on 06/26/15
This was a great morning smoke for me. I just finished breakfast and drank just some regular Folgers coffee with it. It was a long smoke but mild enough I didn't get sick off of it. This had become my new morning time smoke
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Big Ragoo on 06/25/15
Not a huge fan of Te Amo I started smoking Te Amo back in the late 1980's they have definitely come a long way. Still not a cigar that I would consistently reach for. There are so many choices out there. But I still do dabble in a Te Amo cigar now and then.
Peterman97 on 06/18/15
It's a good cigar nice bice is surprising for its Mexican origin. It tases better than expected, I was expecting a grassy flavor but it is far from it it's a great value for the price I mean it's no Montiechristo but it's pretty dang good.
My first premium cigar
Smittyz on 06/09/15
The Te Amo Churchill was my first real cigar. After years of smoking cheap, machine-made brands, I tried a Te Amo. What a difference long filler and hand made makes! This is a good mild/medium smoke that will always be remembered as my first time.
Te-Amo does it again.
Thebugguy on 06/15/15
Another fantastic cigar from the Te-amo line. A silky smooth wrapper. Guillotine cut and an easy cold draw with hints of leather. Very earthy smoke and a crisp even burn. Very consistent flavor profile throughout the smoke.
dwebb on 06/12/15
I bought a few of these on recommendation from my local B&M. I was very disappointed by them and was worried my local guy had lost his touch. This was the only bad recommendation he has ever given me so I'll chalk it up to a rare one I just don't like. The ones I smoked burned hot and tasted harsh. I let them rest a few weeks but maybe they were just too dry.
Slow burn on 06/18/15
This is an experience to smoke. Truly enjoyable from a flavor perspective. I think the construction of the cigar could have been a little better (the draw was a little loose and there was almost some canoeing). The flavor was delightful, almost a little spicy. A joy to smoke over all.
Te Amo Churchill is a good value
Jec2k on 06/24/15
This Te Amo Churchill is a good quality smoke that is enjoyable. I don't often smoke these however when I do it's quite good. I seem to enjoy all Te Amo cigars but this one in particular is quite tasty.
red1 on 06/12/15
I picked up one of these from my local shop. Let me first say it wasn't bad, but it wasn't good. To me there wasn't much flavor. It didn't leave a bad taste in my mouth but the only thing enjoyable was the idea I was smoking a cigar. I may have well had candy cigarettes.
MikeRotchHertz on 06/16/15
Not my favorite cigar, but maybe that was due to the construction issues and uneven burn from the one I had. I like the taste of the Mexican tobacco, but Churchill is just too long for such an average tasting cigar in my opinion.
Capt. Stoge on 06/30/15
I've had a few cigars from the te-amo line, most have which fall under the same category of "so-so". This was certainly the case for this cigar. The draw was fairly loose, which I tend to lean towards rather than tight, but felt like a bit much in this case. Also had a very distinct earthy flavour, which isn't always my cup of tea. It was ok, nothing terrible but I doubt I'd buy another.
Simple and uninteresting.
Solby on 06/08/15
The Te-Amo Churchill is an inoffensive and boring stick. There is no change in the flavor profile from the first third to the final third. It has a consistent earthy note to the tobacco that is present for the whole smoke which isn't unenjoyable but it isn't also very inspiring as far as flavor complexity goes. I found it to be a mild to medium strength stick, closer to mild. The draw is a little loose on these so be careful with your cut on the cap. It's an okay budget stick but I feel you can find better budget sticks in the same price range.