Cuban Rounds Churchill cigars are short filler cigars that were introduced early in 2006. They are immediately recognizable for their bands' resemblance to another very popular cigar, from an equally popular island 90 miles south of Miami. To date, they have become a favorite choice for budget-minded cigar smokers. Using a blend of all Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos, the cigars offer a medium-to-full body. Nicaraguan puros. A good every day cigar that won't break your budget.
Real spicy cigar, not my taste prefer a darker sweeter blend but the robusto are pretty decent.
I have smoked about 7 of these I bought 10 and they are hit and miss. The flavor can be sort of “dirt like” sometimes and other times a decent almost nut like flavor. Good smoke output but unreliable burn. Sometimes they are hard, sometimes spongey. They really Just seem to be all over the map. Not terrible, not great. I don’t hesitate to pick one out of my box for a casual smoke but there’s so many others I’d rather grab.
These are a good, inexpensive everyday type smoke that I tend to like a little more, even, than the Casa de Garcia. Which is another good, inexpensive everyday smoke. I ve been smoking these things for 40 years and they ain t killed me yet. Try em, keep an open mind, and I ll bet you ll like em.