Week in Review (Volume 3, Issue 8)

Seth’s Humidor

Week in Review (Volume 3, Issue 8)

What separates cigar smokers from those who smoke cigarettes, is that we are not addicted to cigars. I don’t need a cigar to make it through the day, month, year, etc., and because of that, I did not need to go outside with these freezing cold temperatures and smoke a cigar. What I smoked this week was quite a small number, so this will be a quick write up. 

Cigar News This Week: 


Cigar Reviewed This Week:

illusione2beccj2b20th-2 February 16th, 2015: illusione ~eccj~ 20th h-2bupmann2broyal2brobusto2blcdh2bexclusivo2b20112b6 February 17th, 2015: H. Upmann Royal Robusto (LCDH Exclusivo 2011) davidoff2bwinston2bchurchill2bchurchill-2 February 18th, 2015: Davidoff Winston Churchill Churchill winston2bchurchill2bblenheim2b2-2 February 18th, 2015: Winston Churchill Blenheim by Davidoff cohiba2brobustos2bsupremos2bedicic3b3n2blimitada2b2014 February 18th, 2015: Cohiba Robustos Supremos Edición Limitada (2014) la2baurora2buntamed2brobusto February 19th, 2015: La Aurora Untamed Robusto southern2bdraw2bfirethorn2btoro February 20th, 2015: Southern Draw Firethorn Toro

Cigars Smoked This Week:


The new Winston Churchill is out and it is simply fantastic. Very different than the original Winston Churchill, this is not your everyday Davidoff, and it shows the diversity of the company. Composed of a variety of tobacco from the Dominican, Mexico, and Nicaragua, the blend is unique and very enjoyable. It shows excellent construction from beginning to end, and it has a nice medium-full body and strength level with that. I picked up nice spice, cedar, fruit, nutty, and cream notes throughout, and it was always complex with a lot of depth and transitioning. I think this is one of the most exciting releases Davidoff has had in a long time, and that means something after all of the amazing releases they have had in the past couple years. Definitely a cigar everyone should reach out to and smoke.