5 Vegas Big Five Churchill

Churchill (7.0"x60)

Pack of 10

Profile
Shape
Churchill
Wrapper
Habano,  Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False

5 Vegas Big Five Churchill

Churchill (7.0"x60)

Pack of 10

5 Vegas' first new release in years is big. No, really. These suckers are HUGE. With each size weighing in at a hefty 60-ring gauge, these flavorful heavyweights are the all-you-can-eat buffet of the cigar world. And they're bulked up to contain that massive amount of flavor needed to encompass an all-Habano blend. Featuring a silky smooth Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, these gems are packed to the gills with Habano tobaccos from Jalapa, Ometepe, Condega, and a pinch of ligeros from Esteli. This full-bodied behemoth hits the spot with rich notes of earth, cedar, and hints of vanilla and spice on the finish. 5 Vegas delivers another home run here, ladies and gentlemen. But what else would you expect from an industry classic that consistently churns out top-notch sticks at working man prices?     

Profile
Shape
Churchill
Wrapper
Habano,  Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Has Tip
False
Binder
Nicaraguan
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
False
MSRP: $86.65
Status: While supplies last

5 Vegas' first new release in years is big. No, really. These suckers are HUGE. With each size weighing in at a hefty 60-ring gauge, these flavorful heavyweights are the all-you-can-eat buffet of the cigar world. And they're bulked up to contain that massive amount of flavor needed to encompass an all-Habano blend. Featuring a silky smooth Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, these gems are packed to the gills with Habano tobaccos from Jalapa, Ometepe, Condega, and a pinch of ligeros from Esteli. This full-bodied behemoth hits the spot with rich notes of earth, cedar, and hints of vanilla and spice on the finish. 5 Vegas delivers another home run here, ladies and gentlemen. But what else would you expect from an industry classic that consistently churns out top-notch sticks at working man prices?