Maroma Churchill cigars are mild to medium-bodied handmade cigars featuring a buttery Connecticut wrapper with a smooth-smoking blend of long and short Nicaraguan & Honduran filler tobaccos. The cigar draws easily with a well-balanced mix of earthy-woody flavors, and a delectably sweet aroma.
I have a 5 pack leather pouch in my truck that I usually keep filled with this cigar. It is a great everyday cigar that I usually smoke on my home comute (23mi.) I find the quality of construction, the draw and the burn excellent. If I want to, I can get an even 1.5 to 2 inch ash with no offset in side or middle burning. The mildness of the cigar's taste and smell also allows me to carry it into my local Moose Lodge without disturbing anyone. (Yes, we can still smoke in the Social Quarters in Florida) A good cigar at a good price. If you haven't tried them yet, I suggest you do. I am already on my 5th box.
The worst burning cigars I have ever had. They either burn down one side or they burn just in the middle. Can't seem to keep them lit. I would not recommend these cigars to anyone.
I smoked my first Maroma (natural) in the evening and was very disappointed. To be fair, I had smoked a Rocky Patel Cuban Blend previous so this cigar was like smoking hot air in comparison. This morning, I smoked another with a cup of joe and it was actually very good. It is most definitely mild but it has a very good taste. The burn was impeccable (completely even throughout the entire cigar). For experienced smokers, this is definitely a morning cigar. In fact, I think it would be a very good selection to enjoy with a cup of joe on a Saturday morning while watching some football. A well built, very smooth, mild strength, medium body smoke that could be overpowered if smoked with the wrong beverage, but could be easily enjoyed when smoked with the right one.