|Wrapper Origin: Mexican||Shape: Churchill|
|Length: 7||Ring: 50|
|Color: Maduro||List Price: $213 (Box of 25)|
|Origin: Nicaragua||Strength: Full|
Cigar Aficionado Rating: 93 points
The La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor Churchill is an offshoot of the original La Aroma de Cuba line. Mi Amor has a dark Mexican wrapper and is known for its sharp box pressing. It prides itself of a different blend from Nicaraguan tobaccos which will better suit the cover leaf. These cigars are not newbies in the cigar industry. It has persisted to remain relevant and interesting to cigar aficionados and continue to excel when it comes to taste. The reasons for that are quite elementary. It is simply a delicious smoke which does not require you to break a bank.
The The La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor Churchill is made in Nicaragua for the Ashton Distributors Inc. It is made in a factory owned by the Garcia family which is popularly known as My Father Cigars. It is seven inches long and has a 50 ring gauge which comes with a retail price of $8.50. It’s the cigar that won’t be out of style.
The La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor follow the path of the super popular La Aroma de Cuba that began in 2002. They are blended and handcrafted with utmost care to perfection. This line of cigars has a sexy and rich Cuban-seed maduro along with a wrapper that grows in the San Andrés Valley, Mexico. Its core is made up of an all-Nicaraguan leaf with a double binder. It comes with a full-flavored smoke whose base is nutty and woody although with a hint of sweetness.
The San Andres wrapper type has been in the industry for years, no cigar has generated the same or higher level of acclaim than the La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor Churchill.
The cigar is available in a count of 25 which means you have plenty of cigars to go around in a party. This cigar is known for being a modern classic, one that will most likely not stay within your humidor. The Mi Amor ended on the top 2 spot of Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 Cigars of 2011 list. In the year 2016, it landed on the list again at top 13.