This came in a sampler, so I wasn’t especially looking to smoke one. I expected it to be barely smokeable, but it exceeded my expectations by a fair amount. The draw was perfect, it burned evenly, the wrapper held up and didn’t split, and it wasn’t bland.
Nothing good about the three I tried. All were plugged and ended up chucking two of them. Cut a third of the cigar from the cap on the other and it became smokable, but nothing special on the taste. Burn was very uneven on all 3. Save your money.
One of my favorite cigars. Easy draw and consistently satisfying. I always keep a box or two of the George’s Reserve Churchill in my Humidor. Less expensive than most brands but taste better IMO.
I bought a 5 pack of this brand to try them before I sent some to my uncle with the same name George I really enjoyed the smoothness. the ring gauge is perfect. It is a mild to medium smoke. I liked my five pack so much I jumped on the special box deal and bought 20 more. Fantastic cigar I will fill my humidor with them. They also keep a nice even burn and long ash. the sign of a well built cigar.
One of my favorites and reasonable priced to boot! The combination of wrapper and binder gives this cigar a very unique flavor that is spicier than most Connecticuts but milder than full flavored cigars. A nice cigar to enjoy after a full flavored cigar in the same day. Consistent burn and draw after only a week in the humidor. I m on my second box of these sticks. sticks.
MY GO TO CIGAR
This is definitly a premium cigar. Every aspect of the smoking experience is superior. My problem is I'm a cheap SOB, and I find it difficult to pony up more than $100 for a box. Still, these compare very favorably with the best Rocky Patel's I've smoked, and I would rate them higher personally than the Macanudos (my best friend smokes) or Montecristos (my brother smokes) of similar design and style, and they are cheaper than any of those. So you will have to make up your mind for yourself. Get five first if you can. You will have yourself five nice evenings of smoking pleasure.
They taste as good as they look. Great draw, firmness, cap and foot, and smooth wrapper. Unlike most affordable sticks, these Toros never wear on you and lose their appeal. The last one I smoked was as pleasurable as the first. You can t beat them for the price, or even for a lot more; dollar for dollar a truly nice smoke. Oliva has a new boyfriend, and his name is Georges!
Yep, and they taste as good as they look. I haven t had a bad burn, sad looking roll, or fluffy foot, and unlike most affordable cigars I haven t worn tired of the taste. This Oliva girl knows her smokes, and her man Georges won t be wrestled out of my hands until way after the nice long ash has fallen onto my lap. I m down for the count. Perfecto
These are really good smokes for someone who might indulge a couple smokes a day. They are smooth, burn nicely and have a great draw. They taste great as well. An excellent value.
my every day go to cigar
This is a superior smoke, really medium-bodied rather than mild-medium. Like all Oliva products, the construction is excellent, and this cigar always draws beautifully, producing a rich mouthful of smoke. The Nicaraguan fillers and the Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper are a great combo. This is every inch a premium cigar, much better than many more expensive products. Stick to the Churchill, which is great tasting and is now my "go to" smoke when I have the time to enjoy.