Hey, everybody! Toanz back with you once again, and tonight we’re going to burn the Victor Sinclair Series 55 Green Churchill, courtesy of StogieBoys.com. You ready?? Let’s get started!! The Look Over Dark tan, slightly oily, mottled wrapper with no prominent veins. Even pack with a touch of give from head to foot with a double cap and a musty tobacco pre-light aroma. The 7x50 stick cut and lit very easily. Getting Started (A Half Hour In) Getting Started on the Victor Sinclair Series 55 Green Churchill gave me flavors of musty sweet tobacco, roasted nut, chocolate and an oily, light black pepper on the draw, which transitioned into a soft, creamy tobacco, a light black pepper and spice on the finish. Medium-bodied flavors with a great draw, great smoke output and a perfect burn. The ash fell off in an inch-and-a-half long chunk. Continuing On (An Hour and 10 Minutes In) Continuing On into the Series 55 Green Churchill gave me flavors of musty sweet tobacco, oak, leather and a creamy, slightly coarse black pepper on the draw, which transitioned into a black pepper, oak, musty sweet tobacco and a light rum on the finish. Medium-full bodied flavors with a great draw, great smoke output and a perfect burn. Finishing It Out (2 Hours In) Finishing Out the Green Churchill gave me flavors of rum, oak, grass, black pepper and a very spicy, musty tobacco on the draw, which transitioned into a sweet tobacco, grass, spice, black pepper and a very musty chocolate on the finish. Medium-full bodied flavors with a great draw, great smoke output and a perfect burn. I detected no strength from this cigar. Total smoke time was 2 hours and 10 minutes. All in All All in all I really enjoyed the Victor Sinclair Series 55 Green Churchill. I know public opinion is split on Victor Sinclair, but I find myself enjoying the brand more often than not, and this stick is no exception. Firstly, Victor Sinclair cigars are not very expensive, but this cigar is better than the price point might indicate; rich, very interesting flavors from start to finish that really take you by surprise (well, they did me anyway), and those flavors combined with impeccable construction made for a very enjoyable 2 hours and 10 minutes. If you enjoy medium/medium-full bodied flavors of sweet tobacco, roasted nut, chocolate, black pepper, spice, oak, leather, rum and grass, then definitely give the Victor Sinclair Series 55 Green Churchill a try. Big time thanks to StogieBoys.com for sending this stick to me! As always, I’m Toanz and thanks for reading! Give me an R, give me an E give me a V, give me an I, give me a…, ah screw it; if you’d like to read my previous reviews, click HERE! Follow me on Twitter HERE! And shoot me a friend request on Facebook HERE!
Excellent review, thanks!