Cohiba Churchill Review and the Partagas Serie S Review
Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 16 July 2012

User Rating: / 5

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As far as the flavor is concerned, there’s not much complexity packed within the Cohiba Churchill. If I had to describe the cigar in three words, I would call it smooth, solid, and consistent. The first third starts off with some spicy pepper and transitions into a pleasant dose of creaminess. The creaminess and spiciness continue into the second third and combine with chocolate. The final third ends the party with more creaminess and notes of wood. Medium to full-bodied seems like an appropriate description for the cigar’s strength, as it does have some power but is not overbearing at all.

Overall, I’d have to call the Cohiba Churchill a solid, yet unspectacular cigar. It had solid construction and a good burn but lacked anything that really made it stand out. It was smooth, so if you enjoy such cigars you may find it to be to your liking. Beginners can also give it a shot. If you want complexity and full flavor, look elsewhere. This is especially true if you love to smoke on a budget, as a single sells for around $17 each. You can also find it in packs of five or boxes of 25 if you want to pay a cheaper price per single. I would look for the Cohiba Churchill on sale before you go ahead and splurge on one.

The Cohiba Churchill earns a rating of 3.25 out of four stars.

Partagas Serie S Perfecto


The Partagas Serie S line is characterized by the shape of the cigars which fall under its umbrella. All come in varying Figurado formats and are said to deliver smoothness from their carefully crafted designs. I think a smooth cigar is a great way to kick off the day, so hopefully this Partagas Serie S Perfecto will do the trick.

The Partagas Serie S Perfecto measures 6 x 49. Partagas also offers the line in the following sizes: the 4 ½ x 60 Esplendido, 6 x 44 Primero, 6 x 52 Preferido, and the 7 ¼ x 54 Exquisito. The cigar’s filler consists of Mexican and Dominican Piloto Cubano tobaccos. Its binder is Mexican San Andrean, and a Cameroon wrapper is the final piece of the puzzle. The Serie S is listed as being medium-bodied in strength.

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