Winston Churchill Blenheim cigars are named for Blenheim Place, his grandfather's castle and the place where Sir Winston was born. At 7 x 48, this is a classic Churchill cigar brimming with complexity, and smooth as a baby's bottom. Save this one for enjoying with a glass of The Glenlivet XXV.
I am sad because this cigar will be out of the market!0 0
A great smoke. Not cheap, but a great smoke worth the cash. Its not an every day smoke but it has complexity, depth, great woody flavor, and goes very well with Woodford Reserve or Dalwhinnie 1991. Great burn, good draw, and sophisticated flavor. An all around great smoke. Not sure i would buy a box, but will keep a few in the humidor for the right mood.0 0
This is cigar is of excellent construction - smooth, plenty of smoke, firm white ash, woody consistent flavor. Beautiful to look at, mild-medium strength. No doubt high quality.0 0
Why would anybody smoke one of these cigars? In my opinion, they are not worth the cash.0 0