I absolutely love the Slippery Slope!! A buddy from the cigar shop just ordered a box of Sir Winstons. He's going to split it with me (very cool). But here's the great part- I'm probably going to order a box myself, along with my usual order, tomorrow! :r I haven't even tried the stinkin' cigar yet, and I'm already set to pull the trigger on a fairly expensive box of 'em! :r It's just too funny. I really shouldn't bitch abouot my girlfriend and her shoes!IHT said:wish i could help you, john.
had anything from that box split you were just in?
so are mine. i'm long-winded and they are full of :BS most of the time.motortown said:I'll try and post a review, but mine are pretty crappy.
you ain't :BS i love it!motortown said:Love the new smilie, eh?
Right on here!cazadore said:Personally, if you like the RyJ Churchill, I think you'll enjoy the SW. But again, it's an elegant, almost understated cigar. If you want the kick of a PSD#4 or Partagas Short, you'll be disappointed, and probably should look elsewhere.
Well, well! Looks like I'm gonna love the Sir Winston. If it's a more "refined" cigar, then I'm all for it. But I'm also in search of a nice churchill or double corona that packs a little more power than the RyJ. Nothing that'll knock me on my can, but I think you know what I mean!MoTheMan said:Right on here!
The Sir Winnie is best known for its flavor & complexity not its oomph!! [To me it tastes like the tobacco in there has been aged three years before rolling -- does anyone here at CS concur?].
Is that a cigar that needs a fair amount of age? I had one last Winter that really didn't impress me. It might've been a little young, though.cazadore said:But if you want something with a decent kick, I would highly recommend the Bolivar Coronas Gigante. To me, they are by far the strongest regular production churchill.
Boli C.G. is my favorite churchill, and I agree the strongest one out there. I have some from 02 (cab sel.) that are very good. Shoot me a p.m. with your address and I'll be glad to send you one to try.motortown said:Is that a cigar that needs a fair amount of age? I had one last Winter that really didn't impress me. It might've been a little young, though.
I wasn't aware there was a difference in blends in the Punch churchills and the tubed churchills? Iv'e smoked both and havn't noticed. The Bolivar tubed churchills and the reg Boli C.G. don't taste any different to me either.cazadore said:If you're lookinf for a churchill with some kick, and like that floral, sweet Punch profile, the Monarcas are a good choice. A bit stronger than the regular Punch Churchills.
But if you want something with a decent kick, I would highly recommend the Bolivar Coronas Gigante. To me, they are by far the strongest regular production churchill.