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Old 06-10-2003, 06:57 PM   #1
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Henry Clay Churchill

7 inches by 50 ring gauge.
From its fairly smooth, oily, deeply hued Colorado wrapper leaf to its imposing dimensions, this Dominican exudes an aura of substance. Lighting up the cigar reinforces that initial impression, as a medium-bodied yet firm texture takes hold from the start and conveys persistent toastiness along with cinnamon nuances and the faintest hint of chocolate. This Churchill exhibits an exemplary draw from the beginning and only tends toward a slight bitterness near the finish. Whilst the Henry Clay doesn't offer up such an incredible pot-pourri of flavours as many of the Cubans, it still provides for a relatively heady and satisfying smoking session.
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