National Brand Churchill cigars are made in the same factory as Camacho, which means you'll be getting a high quality smoke without the high quality price tag. Each cigar features an all Honduran core and wrapper topped off by a sweetened cap for a truly unforgettable smoke. Get yours now!
My brother and I split a bundle of these that we picked up at a smokeshop in Newnan, GA years ago. These are good smokes for the price and very consistent over the years. We have never gotten a bad bundle.0 0
Well, call me Ishmale, but my brother Doug and I really enjoyed these smokes. Smooth, MILD, and a really good price.0 0
The national chrchill is sweet, which is a good thing...not sweet like "sugary" sweet, more like delicate sweet. The aroma is what I'd call creamy, and the burn is fantastic! Perfect for beginners, disappointing to novices. I've been smoking cigars avidly for one year and will gladly suggest this cigar to pretty much anyone..0 0
Horribly, horribly sweet! *gag* As you might have guessed, if you've read any of the other reviews, this particular cigar pushes the limits of just how sweet you can make a cigar. Just to give you a baseline, I prefer a fairly mild cigar with a bit of spice to it. This cigar is mild, and sweet... too sweet. It's like smoking a sugar cane! On the plus side, I have to say it constructed reasonably well. Only buy this if you like VERY sweet cigars. I'd suggest trying Hamiltons House Selection instead (which also gets some lousy reviews). I've only had one (Torpedo), it was alright, rather sweet also, but at least it had some body and spice (also its cheap, $2 maybe).0 0