Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill cigars is a great cigar for any cigar lover. I recieved my cigars in no time. The flavor of the cigar may seem a little strong at first but after a little bit the cigar had a nice smooth and mild flavor. The draw was a little tight on the cigar and burned a little fast but still made for a good smoke. These cigars are moderately priced good flavored cigars that everyone should at least try.
These are expensive, but worth it. The wooden box is a nice touch that goes with the "theme" of this cigars: their flavor is very earthy and warm. I find that these go really well with a glass of rum. They are a bit strong, though, and my girlfriend doesn't like them. That's okay -- it means more for me to enjoy
I've enjoyed Nick's Sticks for some time now. They have a consistently good draw and taste, with a pleasant amount of smoke, and are priced very nicely. I rarely have to mess with them to correct a poor draw, and I can often smoke them down to a small butt without a bad taste. My previous "go-to" smoke was the Punch Rothschild, and these compare favorably. These are excellent everyday cigars: walking my dog, sitting on the back porch, on the beach, ... whenever.
Visiting BnB Tobacco has always been a pleasure, as it is easy to find whatever it is I'm looking for. For my last purchase, the Perdomo Lot 23 Belicoso Box, I was able to quickly navigate to the cigars and add it to my shopping card. On top of this, BnB Tobacco also pointed me towards other cigars I might like, which are similar to the Perdomo cigars I purchased. On top of this, the website gave me $9 off the standard retail price, which is nice, as I'm able to put that additional savings towards more cigars in the future.
I don't consider myself a cigar connoisseur, but when I was visiting the site and I saw this product I decided to purchase it. While these cigars haven't changed my mind about tobacco products, they do bring back memories of my grandfather smoking cigars on his dusty old couch. These Perdemo brand cigars had an excellent flavor: a nice mix of tobacco with a rustic tinge to them. More so than the flavor, I was a big fan of the packaging; the wrapping of these cigars was tight and compact and the craftsmanship and artwork on the box alone are worthy of adorning my collector's shelf - once I finish the last cigar of course.