Hi I’m nada with Smoking Cigar Girl and today I’m going to be reviewing the Bahia Blu Churchill. This is a 7 by 50 cigar with a Corojo wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler. The cigar has a somewhat oily wrapper. No visible veins and the wrapper is a little bit toothy. There’s a distinct barnyard odor on the foot of the cigar. And there’s a very earthy flavor with a little bit of spice on the cold draw. There’s a lightly sweet note on the front of the palette. And a little bit of Earth as well.
First Third – Bahia Blu
The light sweet note that was present in the first few puffs of the cigar went away very shortly thereafter. The cigar is mostly herbal and woodsy on the front of the palette. And has a long, lingering woodsy finish. The woodsy notes are typical of a Corojo wrapper so its not surprising at all. I was actually surprised with the sweetness on the first few puffs. The burn is mostly even. The ash held on until I tapped it off. And the draw is great on this cigar.
Second Third – Bahia Blu
The sweet notes came back on the front of the palette here and there, but for the most part it was still mostly herbal and woodsy on the front of the palette with a long woodsy finish. The burn on this cigar has gotten a little uneven but hasn’t caused any problems yet. The draws still great and so is the ash.
Final Third – Bahia Blu
The final third of this Bajia Blu Churchill , the woodsy notes were toned down a lot. The cigar had mostly peppery flavors on the front of the palette with a little bit of wood and the finish was mostly black pepper with a little bit of wood and some herbal notes.
Conclusion – Bahia Blu
The cigar had a great draw from start to finish and the burn evened out from the second third, I didn’t have to touch it up with a lighter or anything. The cigar also produces large volumes of smoke which I know you a lot of you love. And it’s a medium to full bodied cigar, so a lot of flavor and a mild-medium or medium at best strength cigar so not very strong. It really would be a good cigar smoke in the afternoon or evening.
As always I’d love to know what you think of this review, and if you have anything you’d like me to review please let me know.
- Cigar:Bahia Blu Churchill
- Strength: Mild-Medium
- Wrapper: Corojo
- Origin: Nicaraguan
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