Creme De Jamaica Churchill premium cigars offer you a mild, relaxing smoke. Handmade with prime Dominican Cuban-seed tobaccos, delicately spicy Indonesian binder, and aromatic Connecticut shade wrappers for a smooth, satisfying and affordable cigar with a well-rounded flavor. Great for new smokers!
I can't beleive I found my old cigar after all these years. They were intoduced to me by Iwan Reese, of 3 star pipe tobacco fame, in his Chicago shop. Then they made in Jamaica, as was Mac and Royal Jamaica. I haven't been able to find them for 15+. Mac, Royal, and Creme were all the same then but now this one is the old Jamaican aroma of spice. AAA+. Mac lost that aroma. Mr. Reese taught me the flower of the aromas was the reason to some these. It sounds like everyone else doesn't know how to smoke. Tast is irrelevant. The cigar should last for and hour or two by just burning the outer wrapper and diving into the flowery tobacco aroma. Never draw or suck on it! That just gives you a hot burnt taste in your mouth. Just let it burn. These are the best!
When paired with a cup of coffee it's the only cigar that has given me some vanilla tastes. When paired with anything else they still have plenty of flavor yet mild.
For the price not a bad every day or golf course smoke. Not up to par with my favorites, Dunhill Cabreras, but I can afford these. Some problems staying lit toward the end, changes to raw flavor to the end too. So you need to throw these out when you are down to about 1.5inches. Or choke. But up to that point, good smoke.
Recently bought a five pack on Cigar Auctioneer. I found them to be hard to draw, but otherwise a decent smoke for what was paid. I found the taste to lean toward a creamy coffee, but lacking much in spice. I also found the churchill to be a rather hot burning stick. Not something I would buy again, but I will try the robusto.