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Flavour: Medium to Full Length: 4" Ring Gauge: 50 Packaging: Single Cigar
The latest edition to the churchill family has arrived!
The Romeo y Julieta Petit Churchill joins the Short Churchill (introduced in 2006) and Wide Churchill (2010) in the extended range that bear the name of arguably the most iconic cigar smoker of them all - Sir Winston Churchill. Originally used to describe the marque's most famous size, the R&J Churchill (7" x 47), the Petit Churchill reflects the modern day trend for shorter, stout cigars that can be enjoyed during brief alfresco smoking breaks.
The Petit Churchill is only the second "Petit Robusto" size (4" x 50) to be introduced into the standard Habanos range (Hoyo de Monterrey Petit Robusto was the first in 2004) and like the other vitolas in the range, use only the finest tobacco from teh Vuelta Abajo region in Cuba to create the mellow, distinctive, medium bodied Romeo y Julieta aromas.
Great Smoke, Perfect Pub Pint when smoking outdoors here in the UK during colder months. Around 30 minutes of pure pleasure. Enjoyed it so much that I was a little sad when the Cigar ended! EXCELLENT! Buying some more now!
by Alan on Friday 17 July, 2015
One of my favourite cigars . Consistently well made , good burn .
by chris on Wednesday 10 June, 2015
Great Little number. Very smooth, easy to draw, and easy to light with bags of smoke. Soft, subtly creamy flavors throughout. Began to burn quite hot towards that last third. Took just under 30 minutes to smoke so would be great during the work day. Easily my favorite RyJ to date. Very similar in taste to the Partagas Serie D No. 6.
by Josh on Friday 19 September, 2014
I am new to the world of cigars - this is my first review!
The R&J Petit Churchill is the first cigar I have smoked that wasn't the regular corona shape; perhaps the slightly larger gauge was the reason I found this one a little more difficult to get a good light. Once lit it burnt well, I think I only had to relight twice, both times were really just precautionary re-heats.
I enjoyed the pre-light draw, a lot of flavour and a very easy pull - Although I didn't do this on my previous smokes, so I have nothing to compare it to!
The first half was pleasant enough, very smooth and with a raisin flavour coming through. I don't have a particularly sensitive palate, so it was nice to be able to pick up a bit of flavour with this smoke. There was occasionally a slightly herbaceous taste creeping in around the half-way point. Finally, there were mild coffee flavours - the last third being the most enjoyable.
I'd thought that the Petit Churchill would be very spicy on the lips, but it was surprisingly mild in that sense.
All in all an enjoyable 40-45 minute smoke, although I was expecting slightly more bite, I would definitely try again.
by Alexander on Tuesday 26 August, 2014
The draw was quite tight initially, but loosened up about halfway through. Otherwise construction was good. Flavour was consistent, not unpleasant but certainly kept things on the simple side.