Churchill · 7.5 × 50 TACH3
Cedar Chest of 25
Dark Brown / Maduro
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Nwinnie34 on 10/29/15
Mexican cigar, def more of a medium than robust, lasted long, peppery smoke flavor, smooth pull, for price it's not bad, but not a favorite of mine, I'd smoke again if given the chance but I don't see buying a case.
Avg medium-mild cigar.
dp96 on 04/16/16
Medium-mild cigar. Draw was ok, but not great and the burn was avg. Flavors were ok, but the pepper is the most prevalent in my opinion. Not bad, but have others that I like much better at this price point.
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Fuentes 8-5-8 on 04/15/16
It has been a very long time since I have had one of these cigars. After finishing up - the familiar flavors tantalize my taste buds. Spiciness - boldness that is not too overpowering. Very good cigar
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Irishboy16 on 03/20/16
Te-amo Churchill is it think one of the best churchills that I've smoked,great draw,easy burn, great even burn the whole way through, will leave a long ash if you let it, highly recommend this to you, rate this a 10 out of 10
pablo3721 on 03/04/16
Flavor profile is very bland. Just a sweet tobacco flavor. Flavor is consistent and lasts throughout the duration of the smoke. Draw is effortless and the construction is so so. I had to touch up the burn a couple of times. Decent smoke
a everyday cigar
fredthehead on 02/28/16
The TMO Churchill a great Cigar for an everyday Cigar this Cigar gives you a bold and robust to taste this mounds of smoke and flavor long lasting for the nice white ash. Cigar for you could smoking of this stick
upinsmoke on 02/18/16
Te-Amo hit another one out of the park with this stogie. From the open, yet just right draw, to the mild flavors of white pepper, chocolate, and leather, this is truly a cigar not to me missed. If a man(or woman) has the extra time to enjoy this delightful 90 minute smoke then please do. Be assured my full recommendation is behind these cigars! Great draw, flavor and is multi-dimenaional from start to finish. Bravo Te-Amo and please keep up the good work on this fantastic line of cigars!
Reminds me of my youth
Blinks on 01/24/16
The first time I had a te amo ceegar was in Missouri in 1995. Since then I have had many. This particular churchill is very nice. Strong start with hints of freshly cut hay. I say that because it reminded me of all the hay that we baled when I was in my youth. It then turns into a cappuccino flavored essence on my palette. This cigar gets stronger and stronger as you smoke. It didnt leave a nasty aftertaste and in the finish it became hot so to say. The draw in the bottom third was getting loose. The one thing that I really didn't appreciate was the uneven burn in the beginning. It also started to dismember itself nearing the end.
Good value for money
Maverick59 on 01/08/16
For the money not a bad stick. Good for a day fishing or whatever floats your boat. A bit earthy in taste but overall a pleasing flavor with lots of smoke. Decent ash and draw, draw tends to vary a bit as does construction but not bad and have never had one I couldn't smoke. Worth a try
Clairebear on 01/02/16
This cigar has great flavor but the construction is lacking and the draw is very very hard. I wish it was easier to pull through because it is one of my favorites in flavor, almost worth how hard you have to suckered on it!
Decent but not good
Zberry7 on 11/10/15
If your reading this review trying to consider if you should pull the trigger or not, I recommend you buy a single before committing to a pack or box, I unfortunately did the latter and did not enjoy them very much
I've had better
Cigarmedic on 11/01/15
To me this was a middle of the road cigar. Not great not horrible the construction is fair flavor is there but kind of harsh for my palate. I would not refuse one if offered to me but if given the choice it would not be my pick
Bowie cigar lover on 10/29/15
These are always a hit or miss with me. About have wont smoke. Even after using a draw poker. Because the don't burn well for me the flavors when smoking are not great. They do hold up well to my bite and chew.
memgim on 10/28/15
I'm not a fan of Churchill but this is still a good cigar. Te Amo brand has been around for a long time and kinda fell to the back of the crowd with the influx of other brands. However, with that said it's still a great Mexican cigar. Smooth earthy flavor with hints of oak and coffee.
aarontaubman on 10/28/15
This is the bottom of the barrel! Either you love Mexican puros or hate them. I I'm the latter camp. They are harsh taste like crap and I wouldn't give them to my worst enemy. I do have friends who like them and smoke em on the golf course. More power to them!