Churchill · 7.5 × 50 TACH
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3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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
austinhughes39 on 06/29/15
I bought this one before I learned how to find what I like. This was an excellent cigar, just not for me. I like one that'll set me back in the chair and make me wait for the next puff. This cigar I smoked without noticing it. Also, this one had no flavor that I could detect but pepper. It's finely made. Obviously the mildness and pepper are intentional. Someone loves these. I'll never buy another. I'll rate it low on flavor, as strength is not one of the categories. (FaSMoSho - you must help us find the right flavor AND strength - if not you're wasting our time)
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.
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.
a long tall draw
M. Martin on 08/14/15
Te amo delivers an exceptionally good Churchill. A medium to full bodied rapper, spicy but not hot. Will finish with a nice peppery taste but will not overpower the smoker. Add this cigar to you humidor today. You will not be dissatisfied
Scott on 07/21/15
This cigar had a nice story to tell when it comes to the attributes of strength and body. Any perceptions that Mexican tobacco cannot deliver some strength and body will be erased when the Te-Amo Revolution is smoked. This isn’t going to be a powerhouse cigar, but there is enough of a nicotine kick to qualify this cigar as a medium to full strength smoke. As for the depth of the flavors, the Revolution has that as well. I assessed the cigar to be medium to full-bodied. There is a nice equilibrium between the strength and body as neither attribute overshadows the other.
Bigplatinum on 07/20/15
Packed like a rock and yet offering the perfect draw due to its expert craftsmanship. All the tobaccos are grown in Mexico's ultra-fertile San Andres Valley, and impart an extremely woodsy flavor with deep notes of leather and spice, and each puff generates dense volumes of smoke unlike any other brand.
Not Bad, Not Greattdub
Tdub697 on 07/18/15
This is a lotnof cigar for the money. Noy sure if thats a good thing. Nice tightly wrapped stick with a decent draw. I noted some earthy flavors but the one I had was pretty uninteresting otherwise. Good budget stick on a deal, but nothing to celebrate.
Smoke now to get rid of it
Justn on 07/10/15
I gave this one another chance...because I had one in the humidor and I hate to throw away cigars. I should have ignored that policy. This cigar uses poor tasting filler and amazingly it gets WORSE with age. I could not pick up anything from this except harsh smoke and a bitter aftertaste that just wont go away. There are better mexican cigars out there.
te amo Churchill
trojandiver on 07/10/15
Te Amo makes a decent smoke and for the price it makes it even better. These are good for doing yard workj or for giving to friemds around a campfire. The burn and construction ar pretty good over all would buy again.
Jackrabbit on 07/07/15
I feeel like alot of te amo taste not exactly the same but it has a very destinct taste that i love to have. Personally not reallly an everyday smoke for mee but nonetheless goood product from a good company!
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.
TeAmo owns the inexpensive cigar market.
Leatherheadff on 12/31/15
TeAmo makes some great stuff, surprisingly good for the price actually. This one was a good mild smoke, though I prefer stronger cigars, it has its place in the humidor. Mild bodied, smooth mild flavor blend, leaving just the right amount of spice on the tongue. For the price, it's a no brainer to try a few if you like mild cigars.
Good budget priced Churchill
Maverick59 on 02/03/16
I like a big stick sometimes and for the money this is a pretty good one. Draw was a little stiff on the couple I tried and the burn was a little off on one but good early and slightly sweet flavor. Good for the money
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.
Would not recommend.
Mr. CoolCol on 06/14/15
This Mexican puro is said to be the undisputed king of Mexican cigars, I would disagree. The flavor was consistent, but not exceptionally good. The draw was solid. My main issue was with the wrapper. When I got my cigars they were cracked and the wrappers easily unwrapped.
Well I tried it again
Rampartview on 03/25/16
Tried the Te Amo again. Been a few years since I had one. The draw is OK. The construction is not the greatest. Still comes apart and I end up spitting pieces out. The stick is too loose before it should be finished. Flavor is a bit to much of a bite for me and the consistency is acceptable. Like the size but not a consistent stick in this stable!
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.
jimb05 on 04/17/16
I'm a big fan of Te-Amo, and I'm usually impressed with everything they put out, especially for a Mexican brand. This stick lasted a little too long for me- started off well and enjoyed about half of it, then it just kinda went backwards. I'll stick to the Cuban and Dominican blends
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.
Chage of Pace
Big Tex on 05/08/16
Te Amo is my #1 choice for an alternate smoke. I have several boxes of higher priced, 90+ rated cigars that burn sweet and long. Once in a while I crave that peppery taste of Mexican tobacco. Te Amo always hits the spot. Always..
Fuentes 8-5-8 on 05/09/16
This is a medium bodied cigar. Flavor notes: earth, pepper/spiciness, leather, wood, coffee tones. Good smoke production and draw was good. Stick was tight but not to the point where you could not draw. It's ok stick just not a big fan of Te-Amo.