Urbano Corojo Churchill Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, April 5, 2011
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Urbano Corojo Churchill Cigar Review

This 6 7/8×48 stick offers a dark brown hearty, oily wrapper with a few imperfections, small veins, tight seams and a good looking double cap. The aroma is rich tobacco with a little bit of pepper and the texture is soft and velvety. First light reveals a snug draw with medium body flavors of a dry, bitter grass and tobacco with a lingering dry finish. The first third changes to a deep slightly sweet leather, medium bodied at most with an earthy finish and a touch of pepper in the back of the throat. 40 minutes in to the 1/2 way point, the only change is the leather becoming more of a general earthiness. The draw is still snug and it doesn’t put off a great amount of smoke, I have to watch it so I don’t overheat it with the firm and frequent draws. 1 hours in the last third finally opens up the draw, doubling smoke output and taking the flavors to medium-full, bringing back the leather and adding a nice creamy taste. Ending at 1:20 the remainder of the cigar was just as pleasant! Thank you very much to UrbanoCigars.com for providing this for review!

  • 777xenos

    Bryan, can you compare/contrast ‘earth’ and ‘leather’? Thx. Also, yet another excellent review- definitely worth listening to through a T-storm.

  • To me earth is a component of leather. Leather to me has a smoother, tangier taste often with a lighter mouthfeel.

  • 777xenos

    Have you ever considered teaching a cigar appreciation course? I’d enjoy a primer on the ‘gastronomy’ of cigar flavors and textures.

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