Decades ago lived a man, one who led his country through one of its toughest periods, a man who was capable of such great speeches that moved men to the greatest of deeds and inspired his countrymen to weather constant bombardment from a foreign enemy. This man, Winston Churchill, was also a cigar smoker’s cigar smoker; he smoked many cigars daily, and in fact, you can barely ever find him without one in pictures from the period where he was in power. To celebrate his love of cigars, we now have the Churchill cigar vitola; a cigar that is long and somewhat thin, one that can last for quite some time and provide its flavor for an hour, easily.
And Tatascan makes a good cigar, so why would you not want to be able to enjoy it for such a long time? JRE Tobacco is a family that has been in the cigar industry since well before the Cuban revolution that sent them running from Cuba to the Americas and eventually landed them in Honduras. That is where they grow their tobacco, and that is where they make their cigars these days, allowing you to enjoy the best that the Honduran sun and soil has to offer.
The Connecticut Shade Churchill from Tatascan starts, as the name would suggest, with a beautiful wrapper grown in the Honduran soil, a cigar that is filled with Habano and authentic Corojo tobacco, and bound with that authentic Corojo tobacco. The cigar is wonderful, light, creamy, and with a hint of fruit and pepper, and you will be glad that you took a chance on one.