Just like his namesake, this cigar does not disappoint. Medium strong, smooth, nice draw and quite flavorful.
Davidoff Windston Chruchill Late Hour was a great smoke from beginning to end. It is medium strength.. Very well constructed. Very pleasant taste no bitterness or bite. Flavor hints of cocoa, baking spice, and slight sweetness at times. Very nice.
This cigar takes Davidoff to a new level. A great tasting, med-full bodied delight. Like all Davidoffs, the burn is razor-sharp and the draw is just about perfect. It s not a complex cigar and maintains its decorum from start to finish. Because of their cost, these are obviously not my every day smoke, but rather a special treat when I pair it with my 21-year old Glen Livet Single Malt Scotch. Excellent pairing.
I am extremely excites famous now has the Late Hour. This is an all round fantastic cigar. I have nothing but praise for this cigar from it s taste, burn and quality.
If I had to choose one cigar to be my only smoke this would be it. It strikes an amazing balance of medium strength and body with incredible smoothness and amazing, moreish flavors. The construction of every one is spot on, with perfect draw, great burn and piles of smoke. The smoking experience is luxurious and sophisticated. This is my favorite cigar bar none and I shall always keep a box in my humidor.
Great flavor and has a nice draw
Been smoking Davidoff Nicaragua Toro s and Diadema since they were introduced. - Love em. But, Churchill Late Hour Toro goes so well with my Single Malts, it qickly became my #1.
Incredible smoke, great flavor, very smooth. Smoked it til it hurt my finger tips
I purchased a box of these awesome cigars not having tried them before, I was not too worrried as I have yet to have a bad Davidoff cigar. This was a bold cigar having a slightly toothy oscuro wrapper it had a nice smooth draw and notes of sweet cedar. This Toro 6x54 burned great and the ash held up great. I will keep a couple and age them see how they are in a few months