Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour – Cigar Review

Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour

Size – Toro

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Habano

Tobacco Blend – Nicaraguan, Dominican, Mexican

Pricing – $18.50

Body – Medium +

Construction/Appearance:

This cigar has a dual band both black, white and gold.

The cigar itself is a nice rich brown leather in color with some slight reddish hues that makes it glow. Slightly toothy to the touch. Finished with a triple cap.

Pre-Light:

Aroma – Sweetness, cedar and a mild barnyard.

Type of Cut – V-Cut

Cold Draw – Musty cedar like wood notes with a sweet finish.

After Toast:

First third – ​This starts with a nice wood and sweet leather flavor mixed with spice and light pepper. Long lasting leather and pepper finish to each draw. Burn is sharp. Ash is mid gray.

Second Third – ​Leather continues to pound the palate along with a nice coffee note but a slight chocolate raisin flickers on the finish. Really smooth medium plus bodied smoke right now. Ash fell at the 2-inch mark right at the beginning of this third.

Final Third – ​​Sweet leather, coffee and rich earth light up the palate in the final third. There is a nice pepper on the finish that sticks on the back of your throat.

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Emmolo Merlot

Whisky – Knob Creek Single Barrel

Overall Experience:

The Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour was a rich flavor bomb that I enjoyed from start to finish. The flavors were pronounced and distinct, which is always a plus for me. The price point doesn’t make it an everyday cigar, but this is a great choice for that holiday or special occasion with friends and fellow cigar aficionados. 

About Davidoff Cigars – http://davidoff.com

Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour