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Exodus Cigar Churchill Limited Reserve Connecticut were handmade in the Dominican Republic in 2007 with a unique blend of triple-cured Dominican and Nicaraguan long-filler tobacco. The aged tobacco is bound in a Dominican grown Cuban-seed Piloto leaf binder and an Ecuador grown Connecticut-seed wrapper.
Aged for almost 5 years, these cigars are at their prime and produce a mild to medium-bodied smooth taste with breezes of sweet tobacco, nuts, cedar and mild baking spices. They previously sold for $6 each but at Cuban Crafters you get them for a fraction of that price. Each Exodus Cigars Churchill is 7 1/2 inches long and have a ring gauge of 50. 25 Limited Reserve cigars are hand-packed in a cedar box.
Exodus Limited Reserve Cigars were exclusively sold throughout the sunny Caribbean Islands, where they were a big hit. Both the tourists and locals bought them up. They competed with Cuban made cigars and sold extremely well at $6 each because of their quality and taste.
The owners of the company expanded production accordingly but they didn't foresee the economic downturn. Sales slowed and they couldn't pay their bills. We were lucky to be at the right place at the right time and purchased the complete inventory at bargain prices. We're now passing our luck on to you. Take advantage and get these tasty Exodus cigars at pennies on the dollar.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Aug 2013
Agree with others in that after aging in a humidor, the taste is better. I will not purchase these again because the draw is poor, a constant toke or relighting is necessary. Not my idea of an enjoyable smoke.
Posted by Charles on 10th May 2013
Bought these on sale and glad I did. Good overall taste and burn. I agree with others that a few had a draw that was a little firm but if you roll the the cigar in your fingers a little the draw loosens up to normal. For the price they're a great deal. Only gave them 4 stars because of the draw issue.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd May 2013
I really enjoy these, but the draw can vary. About 75% of the time the draw is good, but a few can be a bit hard to draw through. Would agree they age well in a humidor and the taste and general quality still make them worth buying even if I just didn't bother with the ones that were tough draws. FYI I did not have a smeel problem with the original boxes.
Posted by Steve Crocker on 31st Oct 2012
I bought these a couple of months ago and when they arrived the box they were in smelled very heavy of the sealer they put on the wood,giving the cigars a kinda paint taste.Couldn't smoke them, so I put them in one of my humidors, threw the box in the trash, and now these couple of months later the cigars are great.The taste of paint thinner is gone and I'm smoking them.
I only gave them a 3 star rating because of the hard draw, and every one that I've smoked so far has that problem.
But they are pretty good once you overcome the problems mentioned.