Arturo Fuente Cigars
The Don Arturo Gran Aniverxario Churchill featured a dark brown very oily, firm wrapper with a little bit of texture, kind of like a rawhide like a leathery. It is almost like a tooth; it’s very dull with great looking double cap. It comes with a few small veins that seem tight. The aroma of a cigar is very chocolatey that is very nice.
It comes with less smoke output. It’s on the mild side, mild to medium. It is a very oily, slightly sweet tobacco. It comes with a pretty long finish going with the same flavors as the draw. In the first third, flavors come up to a solid medium body. It is still very smooth with slightly sweet tobacco, and it’s just there. The sweetness is not like sugar or any definable sweet. The draw in the first third is on the snug side, but it is not a problem. The burn is perfect, like a razor-sharp.
In the second third, you will get to know that the construction is beautiful. The burn is not razor-sharp, but it’s also not needed. The draw is still good, and flavor-wise the sweetness has dropped off, and it’s replaced by deep leather. It’s still medium-bodied and still with a nice long smooth finish, but the leather is taken over.
In the last third, the ash fell, and you don’t get any performance problems. In this draw, you will feel the taste of dry tobacco, and it’s up to medium to the whole body. It is almost a parched mouthfeel. Don Arturo Gran Aniverxario Churchill comes with a bit of a black pepper flavor, no zing, no spice, but it’s getting very deep, very substantial as dried tobacco, and the finish carries the same flavors. Overall the construction is outstanding, and the flavors are best from first to last third, and it comes with a long burn.