This Churchill-sized Excalibur cigar dons a mantle of dark, oily, and naturally sweet U.S. Connecticut Maduro leaf that surrounds a medium-bodied, cedar-aged blend of Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos. The smoke is smooth, well-balanced and very aromatic. Try 5 first
OK, I have been into Excaliburs for over 10 yrs. The funny thing is when I got into cigars I did not know about names and brands, but I did know I liked Maduros, So I started trying every maduro I could get my hands on. I found after try the Excalibur I love them. How do I know when I love a cigar, when I also burn my finger tips trying to get one or two more puffs out of it. I have about 10 to 12 cigars I like and more then 300 in my humidors. Most are age over a year, and I always get the same MMMMMMM when I lite up an Excalibur
Just got my first shipment of these wonderful smokes,Having been a loyal Sultan smoker I wanted to try something with a bit more body and thhe Excalibur does not dissapoint. Great draw and burn with full flavor and you can't go wrong at this price one of the best values on the market.
I have been smoking Cigars for 33 years. In the later part of the 1980s and early 1990's I tested nearly every Cigar on the Market. The Excalibur by far has the best overall flavor, aroma, comfort, finish , feel, burn and draw. The ash tells the story. The low rating keeps this as it always has been, the best Cigar value on the market. They are never on sale and never in full stock and in a box of 20 you will get at least get 18 100% smokes. Even good on a relight. I give it a 3!