The night is younger: Davidoff Churchill Late Hour

I understood that Davidoff has no problem with releasing a new series. Now it has moved on to new series, new sub-series, Davidoff. The brand, which launched the Churchill line in a relatively recent time, has now added a new sub-series to this series, where it rests in tight condition, whiskey barrels - Churchill Late Hour.

One of the filling sheets used in the winding of the cigar is a viso leaf from Condega, Nicaragua, which is kept in a barrel of single malt scotch whiskey. The barrels used were selected as Speyside whiskey barrels. After resting the leaves in barrels for 3 months, they are rotated, moved and rested for a second time in barrels for another 3 months. Other filler leaves used in the cigar are olor viso from the Dominican Republic, piloto seco, San Vicente mejorado viso, and Esteli visos from Nicaragua. San Andres negro from Mexico and habano marron oscuro from Ecuador were used as vineyard leaves.

The cigars, which are on the shelves in America this month as 20 and 4 boxes, and are expected to arrive in Europe around August, are determined as 3 vitola:

 

  • Davidoff Winston Churchill Late Hour Robusto (5 x 52)

  • Davidoff Winston Churchill Late Hour Toro (6 x 54)

  • Davidoff Winston Churchill Late Hour Churchill (7 x 48)

Besides the cigars, the series-specific accessories are about to be released, as some of the other series do. I really liked the Churchill series, especially the Churchill vitola, and I can't wait to try it out.

Enjoyable smoking ...