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Quai d'Orsay Imperiales

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:178
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

Quai d'Orsay Imperiales Review:

With a perfect draw and combustion, this cigar is considered to be the best of the Churchills for those who are newbies with this format. Some smokers say it is too bland and light but, as said before, this is not the kind of smoke a veteran would choose.

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Review #22: MAY 02 A light to medium bodied and well made Churchill. Tangy tobacco flavors with a very discernible nutty character. Develops something of a light spice, wood, and floral quality to coincide with the other aforementioned characteristics. One has to really pay attention while smoking these to pick up the transitional complexity a good aged Imperiale can offer. - Submitted by OLI62 on October 8, 2015


Review #21: JUL 14 This was a beautiful cigar. Reminiscent of RyJ Churchills I smoked in the late 1990s. A taste and flavor I've been chasing for years. Earthy, peppery, and lovely! Hints of cocoa throughout. I'm in love with these. Old school Cuban taste. - Submitted by davess08 on January 12, 2015


Review #20: SEP 08 See review 17...this cigar proves aging is crucial! Smoking one after 4 years of aging and it is magnificent! Perfect draw and firmly packed. The aromaa is intoxicatng- with flavors that quite be pinpointed. This was not an expensive box when purchased but sure equals any high priced Habano out there today. - Submitted by neuticles on January 27, 2014


Review #19: I am in love with the recent examples of this cigar. I am currently finishing a Nov/09 box that has been spectacular. Partagas Light. Perfect for lazy summer afternoons. - Submitted by bobosamo on July 4, 2012


Review #18: A gorgeous Churchill from October 2010, beautiful colorado wrapper with perfectly finished cap. Starts with citrus, progresses with cocoa and cedar and continues with light pepper and earth. Medium body, long finish - delicious! - Submitted by BonVivant on May 10, 2012


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