10 of the best cigars from the Gilded Age series fit for a Prime Minister, yet affordable enough to buy on a Page's wages. The Churchill offers a smooth, savory, and satisfying smoke you can light-up morning, noon, 'n night. Order this exclusive cigar that wears the trusted La Gloria name NOW.
The 73 rating on the Gilded Age Churchill is skewed because of a small sample of raters, one of which literally skewered the cigar. I found the Churchill as fine a stick as the Toro, which I received free with three different orders. I subsequently ordered the Test Flight, and found that the Robusto and Magnum round out a magnificent family of smokes. A box of Magnums is in transit as I write this. GET SOME!!!
wrapper is dark and taste strong for a cigar rated medium strength
This cigar is full of tasting note surprises from beginning to end. It reminded me of the experience I had with the CAO Pilon. A must try for sure!