Warhol

Warhol

Cigar Club featured in Original Premium Cigar Club

Strength:

7

Panel Rating:

92

Size:

6 x 50

Country:

Nicaragua

Shape:

Toro

Quantity:
When you think Andy Warhol, you think premium cigar, right? Right? Not exactly! But don't let that scare ya! This line was introduced at the tail end of the cigar boom with a lot of fanfare and money, and within a year or two it became harder and harder to find. The sad part about the story is that it's a damn good cigar. It´s another deal similar to the Sinatra cigar story: a company decided to license the Warhol name, pay Felipe Gregorio to make a top-notch cigar, then sell the cigars in some elaborate glass boxes, with each size featuring a different Warhol image on each band. The Warhol Churchill featured this month was hand rolled in Nicaragua using a Nicaraguan binder and filler. Note a very attractive Connecticut shade wrapper encasing a densely packed, elegant cigar. No soft spots what so ever and the draw is flawless. Our panel found it very smooth and medium to full-bodied. Overall, a very well made cigar. Very smooth and great taste. Try smoking it with a dry vodka martini, a blonde wig and some weird sunglasses.
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