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ARTE CUBANO are Hand Rolled Cigars, "totalmente hecho a mano" in the Dominican Republic. Each Torpedo cigar is 6" long with a Ring Gauge of 52. They are Special Edition cigars that are hand made in the Dominican Republic by one of the most exclusive cigar makers in the Country. Once you smoke them, it might give it away but we can't tell. They were handmade for Cuban Crafters as long as we did not reveal the source, as this famous maker charges 3 times as much for their own brand. Every hand-packed box contains 25 first quality premium cigars. Their extra flavorful mild taste is the result of prime long-filler tobacco from the finest fields in the Cibao region of Santiago De Los Caballeros.
The aged Dominican Olor Ligero and Seco tobacco are blended and rolled with Nicaraguan tobacco from Tabacalera Esteli. It is then draped in an flawless shade-grown Connecticut-seed wrapper. This combination produces a refined mild taste full of cedar, oak, light orange peels and ginger understones. All these exotic tastes without any harshness makes them destined to be classics. It finishes with a friendly nutmeg breeze. ARTE CUBANO are true cigar bargains. 25 are hand-packed in a Cuban style box.
These fine cigars are for those aficionados who enjoy a mild smoke that is extremely flavorful and smooth. They are meticulously handmade by one of the finest and most famous factories in the Dominican Republic. It is the result of a special deal where we sold the them our special tobacco from Tabacalera Esteli and they in turn handmade us top quality cigars. We only do these trades with the world's best cigar makers and always demand the highest quality. You can only make those demands when the tobacco you are selling is as good as ours. Smoke them and see for yourself what a really great hand made mild cigar from the Dominican Republic is all about. They are fully covered by the Cuban Crafters full satisfaction money-back guarantee.
Posted by Peckham Hamish on 12th Nov 2012
I was saddened by this 'churchill'. I took the first one out of the case and finished it in 25- 30 minutes. A Churchill normally takes me over an hour. So I put 12 into my humido for 3 days. Better, over an hour to smoke, but some had an awkward draw. So some are a good smoke, some are a difficult one, but I'm worried that churchill is just a name for a 7" cigar with no need of quality.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Oct 2012
When I first tried this cigar I noticed that the cigar was very mild and somewhat sweet, The taste didn't over-power you and the finish was faint but lasted for quite a while. Another good thing about it was that you do not need to necessarily drink anything while smoking it because of the mild nutty to earthy taste of it. All in all it is very great if you want to try something that isn't too strong.