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Miami Mafia Boss Chuchill cigars are the result of a few of Miami's finest cigar makers getting together to come up with one great cigar. After tasting different blends of tobacco they all agreed on this one, with a Natural wrapper. It's a cigar you can't refuse. Miami Mafia Boss Churchill's are smooth, mild and elegant. It starts mild with a sweet tobacco taste and slowly builds into medium-bodied with tones of hazelnuts and nutmeg, and undertones of anisette, cedar and cream. It's taste will keep you wanting more and more.
It's all premium Cuban-seed long-fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, in a sun-grown Dominican natural wrapper. We didn't dare ask for more details as they said it was a secret and if they told us they'd have to.....well you know what they said. Boss Churchill is 7 inches long with a 50 ring gauge. 20 cigars are hand-packed in a bundle .
We knew that these cigars are special when one of Miami's top cigar makers, who buys our prime Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobacco, came in and said "you wanna play rough? Well say hello to my little friend." It was the result of a group of cigar makers in Miami getting together over a game of domino. Delicious is not a word usually used to describe cigars, but in this case it was appropriate. They created a cigar that was only to be sold in Miami cigar stores. Since many outside of Miami claim that cigar makers in Miami band together like the Mafia, they called them Miami Mafia.
Handmade in limited quantities, they sell for $6 to $8 per cigar in the stores. They needed more of our prized tobacco so we got more of their cigars than anyone else in Miami. Enjoy them while they're available.
Posted by freebase on 21st Mar 2013
Good, and on sale even better, benchmark mild cigar. Much prefer these to the MM 6x60 torpedo, which has a cuban-seed wrapper. Won't buy the torpedo again, but will buy these. For me, this will be one of those smokes where you know many you have left, and "should have ordered more", as you will say to yourself when you're down to the last one, and the next order is stuck in the postal service for weeks...