Happiness? A good cigar, a good meal, a good cigar and a good woman – or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle.” – George Burns
Of all the major brands of cigars, there are a few that can be considered as “mythical” for its reputation of quality over the last two centuries. The genuine taste of Stradivarius Churchill Cigars has left palates of smokers perennially lost in its flavor, plus its intense aroma compliments with that sweet shade of wood. That’s the reason why many women have been tempted by something that is traditionally very mannish, and show unconditional love to the brand.
Stradivarius Churchill Cigars , named after the priceless violin Stradivarius and British WWII Prime Minister Winston Churchill, offer you a mild to medium-bodied smoke of extraordinary quality. Perfect for after-dinner, its 1992 vintage US Connecticut Shade wrapper offers thick, creamy and aromatic smoke, making it a worthy investment. The distinctiveness of this cigar is its 15-year-old Connecticut Shade wrapper. It’s delicious, balanced cigar, with a harmonious creamy taste, with hints of vanilla, nut and wood. Packaged in a single, sealed cedar box, and placed in a stylish, marble-like chest humidor, Stradivarius Churchill Cigars can be a great gift for a true aficionado.
A Perfect Blend of Class and Flavor
The light coating of an oily layer of brown smooth with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap on the 7.5 × 49 Stradivarius Churchill Cigar offers a rich aroma of spicy cedar, undoubtedly the best one can imagine.
“If your wife doesn’t like the aroma of your cigar, change your wife.” – Zino Davidoff.
This cigar has the reputation of using Dominican Havana seed binder and 15 year old aged wrapper leaf, making it special in itself. The first puff reveals a small cozy relationship with good smoke output showing mild flavors of sweet cedar, with a short wooden final cleaning. The first third burns perfectly and very slowly, taking 25 minutes to go to the first half inch giving a mild flavor of cedar and pepper with lightly sweet and soft finish of pepper and wood.
It normally takes 45 minutes to complete the one third of the bud, hitting the central trajectory over an hour, and leases out more robust flavors with a creamy and nutty texture while the cedar and pepper dying down, especially at the end.
A Single Stradivarius Churchill is one of the expensive cigars out there. A single cigar will cost you $35 and if go for a whole packet it will cost you around $250.
Type Handmade Origin Dominican Republic Power mild/medium Caliber (ring) 49 Length 190 mm Format Churchill Burning time 80-120 min. Pack. Bulk 10 pieces.
Smoke & ash: 9/10
Aroma first part: 8/10
Aroma second part: 7/10
Aroma third part: 7/10