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Old 11-03-2017, 05:04 PM   #3
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I just received some Churchills yesterday. Not sure if they are new stock or if they were sitting at Niceash for a while because nobody wanted Churchills. But I smoked one and liked it quite a lot. After a few weeks I will like them even more.
Part of my theory in going for the longer cigar is that I won't smoke them as fast as the Corona Gordas. The Churchills require a slightly longer time commitment.
I'm still planning on getting some more CGs as well.
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