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Gran Habano No. 5 Corojo Churchill Cigars
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Gran Habano No. 5 Corojo Churchill

Item # 5PF-PM-1398
$29.65 as low as $23.74
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Gran Habano No. 5 Corojo Churchill (7" x 48) is made for the cigar lovers who enjoy a fuller-body smoke. Blended with Nicaraguan and rare Costa Rican long fillers, it is then topped off with a ruddy-brown Honduran Corojo wrapper. This bold beauty received a 90 rating from Cigar Aficionado. Want to enjoy this premium cigar at a not so premium price? Look for other cigars with the "5-Pack Fever" label. When you find them, you can add them to your order to reduce the cost on both. Buy up to four unique packs to maximize your savings.
Overall Rating4.2 out of 5 Based on 5 Ratings

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5 out of 5
I have already bought more.
Nice smoke, I don't stop till the nub burns my fingers.
4 out of 5
Yes, I would buy again and recommend.
Good quality everyday smoke. Hard to beat for the price!!!
4 out of 5
good evening
it was ok
4 out of 5
Gran Habano #5 Corojo Churchill
No complaints with this stick, normally on the golf course or mid afternoon. Mid-full body with mild strength.
4 out of 5
A Great Corojo
I had never heard of this brand until I saw it at Thompson; I am not sure why I ordered it - probably the low price and the well designed band (rule of thumb - lousy bands equal lousy cigars). What I received were cigars of a very good and consistent quality, very mellow and smooth, at a ridiculously low price. Think Macanudo at a fraction of the cost and perhaps not quite as distinctive - Gran Habanos do not really have that "special little something" like the big Ms do. Still, what you're dealing with is like a less known single-malt Scotch; not quite a Glenlivett or Laphroaig but almost as good and much, much more affordable. Therefore, Gran Habanos are now my favorite everyday smokes and likely to remain such for a long time.