I've had about 10 or more nice Cubans but this was
Can someone tell me why bit after half way it tasted
salty as I really do not like that if their are any ways to prevent it
I was drinking red red wine 🍷 by ub40
Which is a very nice sweet wine I rarely find a wine that's nice yet alone one that is extremely compatible with an amazing cigar
first time ever re buying a cigar that's how nice The sweetness is
It was at Christmas when I had this cigar so am trying to remember
I think it tasted of vanilla and a sweet flavour
Then as I've said it got salty which was annoying as I didn't want to stop smoking the cigar/stick
Was honestly the most enjoyable smoke so far
I will say I need to learn not to smoke it so often as I've heard of others to smoke then wait for a minute or 2
by Mark on Wednesday 06 July, 2016
I've been wanting to try the Short Churchill for a while and I wasn't disappointed. What a great cigar and a perfect size. It had an excellent burn with strong ash and wonderful smoke. It was a lovely mild, sweet, nutty flavour and lasted me just under an hour. Thoroughly enjoyable.
by Daniel on Tuesday 30 June, 2015
This is a good average cigar. Decent size at around an hours smoke. Unlike its younger brothers I would say this definitely has a more medium body - it starts off quite mild but a reasonably strong pepper taste soon kicks in. Worth a try for sure.
by Jason on Wednesday 02 July, 2014
After a year of not picking up a Cuban cigar I bought one of these in my new sampler which promptly arrived a day ago. Boy was this a good reintroduction to Cuban's. Pre light draw gave a slight sweetness with a mild(white) pepper notes. After a good toast and light the smoke gave off a light floral notes with the slight sweetness and light pepper to the front and mid palate. The 2nd and last 3rd also saw some salty notes with a mild sweetness some woody notes and sour/sharp citrus notes, and like the 1st third light pepper. Combustion was spot on, never died out and burn line was razor sharp. Even when the burn line went off slightly it easily self corrected. Total burn time was 1 hour and 10 mins. I do not rush my cigar's and this was just a joy to smoke from start to finish. Very smooth smoke right up to the nub. This little gem has made it on my list to repurchase later on this year. As with all my Cigar's this was put into a humidor holding 65% humidity. I have the bigger brother the Wide Churchill resting in my humidor, and if this one is anything to go buy I'am in for a real treat.
by Reggie on Monday 20 August, 2012
Rather enjoyed this one. Sometimes find the Romeo y Julietas lacking substance, but not so with this unique and interesting stick. Started mild, but flavours kicked in after a few puffs. Savoury, almost salty taste backed with leather and hints of spice. Good easy draw and on the whole a nice smoke, lasting around an hour.