Winston Churchll Marakesh cigars are named for on of Sir Winton's most beloved place on earth, and where the snow-covered peaks of the 'High Atlas' inspired many of his paintings. These Toro-sized cigars offer you an equally inspiring smoking experience brimming with robust flavor and aroma.
When I first lit this cigar I thought, "this is way to mild" but after the first 2 or 3 minute this thing really came to life. This cigar got creamy and full of smooth flavors. I'm no pro but I can fully recommend this cigar to just about anybody from a beginner to an old pro. but i fear a beginner wouldn't appreciate all the complex flavors.0 0
I bought a single of this cigar and I'm not disappointed. I little pricey but a very good smoke. It started a bit mild but really came to life about 10 minutes or one inch in. This cigar has a very good taste and I will buy more. but for the price it will be more for occasions than every day.0 0
Fellas, let's not get carried away with ourselves. This cigar is not a 90's cigar. At best it is a cigar that should be around 87 considering that there are a lot of good cigars in the market. Let's save the high 90's for those cigars that have proven themselves over time.0 0
I have been smoking cigars casually since 1991. This is the best cigar I have ever had, hands down. I normally smoke a $10 cigar that is full bodied. When I lit this cigar I thought it was mild, then as I smoked it, it turned medium. Smooth, nice draw. Incredible construction. I hate writing this review because I wish it was not good as it was. The price is ridiculous. I paid $25 for a single in NYC. I will watch this website and hope for a sale. It was fantastic, amazing, I am running out of words but I loved and highly recommend it but the price keeps me from stocking my humidor.0 0