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We did it again! One of Nicaragua's finest cigar makers desperately needed our aged Esteli, Nicaragua grown Cuban-seed tobacco. We don't normally sell it so we we traded our fine tobacco for these incredible box-pressed Maduro Churchill cigars. They were being packaged for one of the hot cigar brands when Don Kiki walked in the factory and decided to light one up. Kiki asked about the blend and the cigar maker told him that it's all Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobacco and called it the King's blend, because of its smooth, yet complex medium to full bodied taste. After a few puffs, Kiki immediately offered the tobacco in exchange for some of the cigars. Their taste is creamy with well-balanced earthy notes of sweet cocoa, nuts, woods and chocolate. It was perfect timing and the Cuban born cigar legend making them agreed to the trade as long as we didn't tell anyone that he made these handmade premium cigars. He charges a lot for them and we got them cheap. We'd love to tell you but we gave our word.
It's a deal we couldn't pass up and are now passing the savings on to you. Once you try them you'll see what we mean. You could go to your local cigar store and pay about $10 for these with a pretty band and in a box, or you can get them from us a fraction of that, but without the ring and the box. Packaged naked in a bundle of 25, these Maduro Churchill are beautifully box-pressed and are 7 inches long with a 50 ring gauge.
They're so good that we're backing them up as if we had made them. Try one from the bundle and if you don't absolutely enjoy them, send the rest back and we'll give you a full refund of the purchase price. That's how confident we are.
Quantities are very limited and once we're sold out, we'll probably never get them again at this price.
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Posted by Hank on 24th Mar 2014
Received them and noticed they were a little too humid. Could be that Florida weather. Put them in my humidor for 3 days and smoked three this weekend. I normally don't smoke so many of such a powerful cigars but couldn't help myself. They're excellent. Draw and burn are excellent and the taste surpasses excellent. Powerful flavors with leather, coffee and coca reminiscent of Padron Anniversary. Starts strong and then smooths out to where you can't put it down. This might just be the best cigar bargain on the internet.
Posted by Dennis on 24th Mar 2014
Construction appears sporadic with soft spots. Maduro wrapper looks great. Not sure if the first couple of sticks were "too fresh" since they kept burning out! Had to re-lit several times during the smoke. The taste was medium with leather overtones; burning was also uneven. Last third exhibited some bitterness which may have been because of the constant re-litting!
Posted by Unknown on 19th Mar 2014
This cigar as an excellent draw. I would grade it as medium to strong flavor. It tends to get bitter at the end, but is excellent for most of the smoke. I would buy it again at its price.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Mar 2014
Pleasantly surprised shape was a little differe but smoked well. Will re order when available
Posted by Larry on 18th Mar 2014
In the bundle they looked very long and skinny. Actually box pressed means flat and rectangular, I found. They are the shape of a carpenter's pencil but a little thicker. The color was good and they had a little dirt smell which is usually a good sign. One was totally demolished and the rest were in good shape. I got a good drink and headed to the patio. Even with the odd shape, it lit well and the draw was very smooth. The ash stayed very even too. The taste was good. I like a strong cigar. This one didn't make me pass out, but it had a lot of power. it started peppery and smoothed out. It was a very good smoke.
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