7 x 49 - Natural - Box of 25
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Cohiba Churchill cigars are what helped define Dominican tobaccos as smooth and satisfying. Creamy flavors and rich tastes burst from this luxury smoke, yet never overpower; the rare Indonesian binder lends a savory component that is not to be missed. Buy a box and taste what made this brand famous!
If you paid $18 and don t normally smoke cigars...but if you have the occasion to smoke a Cohiba, what a smoke. I busted one out during a round of golf, which I don t usually do but what a great smoking experience compare to my regular golf gars. I agree with some of the others that the price is limiting but if you wait for deals the price comes down quite a bit. If you took the labels off a la finca and cohiba I bet even a person who smokes cigars would appreciate the cohiba.
TOTALLY OVER-RATED CIGAR! Cohiba is the most totally overrated/overpriced cigar on the market. It retains a market position solely based on having the same brand name as the legendary Cuban Cohiba brand. I find the burn harsh, the cigar too strong and undistinguished. I would not pay $5 apiece for this cigar in a churchill size. I have had off brands that are better cigars!
I have had the Cuban', and these are as close as you can get to the real McCoy! They are not a cheap cigar, but neither are the Cuban'. They are perhaps one of the smoothest cigars you will ever smoke, and as others have mentioned, they are light to medium bodied, so don't expect a "full bodied flavor" from these guys! If you want a great, smooth cigar these are worth a try! Like any cigar, in a box you will may have one that doesn't draws well, or one that isn't made as well, after all they are hand made! I have yet to see perfection in any hand rolled cigar, so don't be alarmed by what others have said, these are truly a fine cigar, and well worth the price! Try a five pack!
These are a classic cigar with good construction, a nice clean smoke, even burn, the works. The Cohiba Churchill is sort of my bread and butter evening cigar to be enjoyed with a touch of the strong stuff after dinner. My only complaint is that they are a bit pricey for what they are, there are equally good cigars out there (or better) that cost a good deal less. This is a very nice cigar, with a good aroma, easy (but not too easy) draw, and a relaxingly clean and flavorful smoke, but i cant help but feel that the price isn't entirely justified.