Cusano 18 Churchill cigars start with a rare 1985 Dominican Oro/Seco wrapper leaf filler. The Double Connecticut adds rich Dominican Piloto Ligero and San Vicente Olor filler with a Connecticut Shade binder & wrapper for a rich and creamy medium-bodied smoke. The Paired Maduro adds Brazilian Mata Fina & Dominican Piloto leaf to the filler, plus a '99 San Vicente Olor binder rolled in a toothy Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper for a more full-flavored, yet medium-bodied smoke. Affordably-priced, too!
There's no better wrapper for a cigar, and after smoking the Cusano 18, you'll agree that the connecticut binder is just as satisfying. They burn evenly and produce a nice ash. I would compare the experience (not the price) to the Ashton Cabinet.0 0
cusano cigars my new favorite cigar.0 0
This is a great cigar. It was recommended by the owner of a shop in town to try and I am happy I took his advice. Great burn, great aroma, and most of all the appearance looks bad ass. I am a beginner to cigar smoking; call me crazy but i did not taste toasted almonds like most people claim. However, this is a mild cigar which i really enjoy. When I initially lit the cigar I was kind of upset because it tasted a little off. Maybe stale or something, but after a few pulls it tasted great. Tasted great till my fingers burned which is often hard to find. If you have doubt of trying this, i recommend you buy one. If you are new to cigars or starting back up again this is the stogie for you.0 1
This is a wonderful cigar. I normally smoke Ashton Churchills, but this is easily my 2nd favorite cigar. Well made, consistent, great burn and the right taste.0 0