Isla Del Sol Churchill
Isla Del Sol by Drew Estate cigars are imbued with a sweet coffee flavor unlike anything you've ever tasted in a flavored premium handmade cigar. Wrapped in a dark, sun-kissed Sumatra wrapper, each Isla Del Sol Churchill cigar has a triple Nicaraguan leaf mix, or tripa mezclado blend, infused with a Cuban-style mojo of exotic Sumatra Mandheling bean coffee, and garnished with a sweetened cap. The smoke is deliciously flavorful and smooth with an aroma that will entice even the non-cigar smokers in the room.
I believe the customer rating scale to be correct AFTER taking the cellophane off and sitting in a 70/70 humi for about 2 days. Lasted a nice long time. Nice sweet cap. Medium bodied. Good all the way down to the smallest nub.
This cigar,I believe, is one of the better cigars I've had the pleasure to smoke. It is a nice mild cigar with a pleasant aroma and taste. The cigar has a smooth draw and a mice burn.
I tried three of these cigars in a recent purchase from Famous. The first was quite good (sweet infused and earthy). The last two were completely unsmokable. They were packed with hard stems that ran the length of the cigars! Maybe the roller was "disgruntled" but I've never had a cigar (even a cheap one) so poorly constructed. Buyer beware!
Well to start out, I love the Isla Del Sol cigars, and all Drew Estate cigars for that matter, but for these, I would recommend either going with the toro or robusto sizes, the churchill was fine, don't get me wrong, but I don't know, there was just a better flavor and I had just a better burn with both the robusto and toro, IDK it maybe in my head but just something to consider.