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Torres Candela Churchill Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, February 21, 2011
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Torres Candela Churchill Cigar Review

This 7×48 stick offers a pale green wrapper that is extremely thin and fragile. This particular sample (unfortunately the only one supplied) does have a couple tears, but the binder may hold alright. It has a soft dry feel, minimal veins, stretch marks, good seams and a soft peppery tobacco aroma. First light reveals the wrapper tear to not be a problem and it’s putting off a great amount of thick super sweet smoke. The draw is nothing but sugary goodness, and a light tobacco settles in on the finish with a bit of a tingle. Draw is perfect, just a light resistance. The first third pulls medium-full flavors of a super sweet peppery leather, with a long but downplayed finish of mostly the pepper and sweetness. The burn is very slow, ending the first third at 30 min with flavors of a woody tobacco and pepper with a bit of the sweetness. 50 min in just past the 1/2 way point, flavors transition to a big blast of caramel and oily tobacco while the smoke output increases even more. Ending at 1:30 the last third bring a full body taste of a rich oily caramel coffee and a super long finish with tons of smoke. Thank you very much to TheCigarRoomShop.com for sending this for review, I appreciate it!


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