Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Todos Las Dias Half ChurchillCigar Info

and showed off Todos Lad Dias at the 2017  IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas. is a self admitted gringo translation of “All the Days.” Saka says that represents the prototypical bold flavors that represent the heart of Nicaraguan soil’s peppery tobaccos and the reward of their hard work. This all Nicaraguan cigar contains no pompous claims, and is an authentic cigar meant to be smoked by people who love cigars and don’t care what you think. Today we are reviewing the | Half .

This cigar was reviewed blind (no bands) by a panel of at least 4 reviewers. They did not know what they were smoking beforehand. The scores are an average of all the reviewers' scores with outliers removed.

The wrapper is a sungrown Cuban Seed which surrounds its fillers from Jalapa and Esteliano. This is said to be the strongest cigar in the DT&T portfolio and is intended only for the experienced smokers. is offered to select DTT retailers and is limited production. Not to say that it is a one and done release, but availability will vary at times. It was first made available in four sizes: Half – 4.75 x 48, Robusto – 5.00 x 52, Toro – 6.00 x 52 and the Double Wide Belicoso – 4.75 x 60. It comes in 10 count boxes, and the MSRP ranges from $10.45 to $12.45 per cigar.

Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Todos Las Dias Half ChurchillVital Stats:

Vitola: Robusto
Length: 4.75″
Ring Gauge: 48
Country of Origin:
Wrapper: Cuban-seed Nicaraguan
Filler: Estelí and Jalapa
Factory: Fabrica De Tabacos Joya De S.A.
Number of reviewers: 5 () () (dfafjf) (irratebass) (ThaGreatWazoo)
Price: $10.45
Age: 3 Months
Release Date: August 2017
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Blind Cigar Review: Dunbarton T&T | Todos Las Dias Half ChurchillInitial Impressions

Appearance: 90

“This cigar was a nice dark rich robusto vitola. Deep veins ran through the wrapper and were coupled with a nice cap and clean foot.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Aroma: 91

“Dark but creamy chocolate. This cigar smells like opening a jar of Nutella.” – (dfafjf)

First Third

Flavor: 91
Strength: Medium-Strong
Body/Complexity: Medium

“A nice dark maltiness starts off the show. Fresh leather, Smokey cedar, roasted chili peppers and a slight minor red pepper. The burn is a little wonky but it keeps up, overall a decent third.” – ()

“The first third started with a very heavy and thick smoke. The inhale was full and had lots of hay in it. The beginning started with a harsh finish, but once the cigar settled the flavors were very nice. With the rich hay and grass profile, a slight woodsy note came through and finished the profile very nicely.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Second Third

Flavor: 91
Strength: Medium-Strong
Body/Complexity: Medium

“Retrohale is still strong in pepper spice. The cigar has changed slightly in the 2nd 1/3 but no complaints here. Strong full bodied cigar that is still nutty, earthy flavors. I feel like the cocoa flavors have changed into a burnt caramel. Really digging this smaller stick.” – (dfafjf)

“The second third settled quite well and the overall strength was reduced slightly. More notes of hay and wood held true to the profile and the finish on the cigar was very crisp. An absolute delight going into the final third.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Final Third

Flavor: 92
Strength: Medium-Strong
Body/Complexity: Medium

“The sweetness is all but gone now, mostly dark wood with earth elements now, and I believe the cigar has transitioned into more spice.” – (irratebass)

“The final third finished where the second third kept me. A nice medium bodied cigar that had a good mixture of hay and wood throughout. The cigar never overheated and was very crisp until the end.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Overall Impressions

Draw: 90

“The draw was very nice. A straight cut supplied an ample amount of smoke and a pleasure aroma.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Burn: 93

“It did burn exceptionally well” – ()

Construction: 91

“The construction of this cigar was well made. There was a little lumpiness throughout the wrapper, but nothing over the top. A very nice, clean well-built cigar.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Overall Strength: Medium-Strong
Overall Body/Complexity: Medium
Experience Overall: 93

“This Cigar started out very tasty, however as it progressed it became less and less complex and eventually a bitter mess at the end.” – ()

“With the exceptional construction and burn, it makes it a nice stick but i think the flavors are quite dark almost too much so.” – ()

“If someone is looking for a full bodied, spicy shorter smoke this is a good one to recommend. I was multitasking while doing this review and not smoking as fast as I usually do but it lasted 55 minutes. Very enjoyable.” – (dfafjf)

“This was a great smoke, plenty of sweetness to start out that transitioned into wood and just a hint of spice to kind of wake you up. This would be good 2nd cigar of the day or would compliment a meal after.” – (irratebass)

“This cigar was great in my opinion. A well-built cigar that was very easy to work with. Simple cut, light, and smoke made this cigar very nice. The flavor profile was delicious. There was not a lot of complexity, but the overall smoke and aroma was absolutely pleasant. If I could make one suggestion, I would say to pre-cut the cigar and let it sit for at least 30 minutes. This will allow an ample amount of rest time and will get the remainder of the harshness out of it, so that it will burn and taste great all the way through. Enjoy these, they are worth the buy.” – (ThaGreatWazoo)

Smoking Time (in minutes): 53

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Blind Cigar Review: | Half

Overall Score – 91 – Very Good

  • Appearance 90% 90%
  • Aroma 91% 91%
  • First Third 91% 91%
  • Second Third 91% 91%
  • Final Third 92% 92%
  • Draw 90% 90%
  • Burn 93% 93%
  • Construction 91% 91%
  • Overall Experience 93% 93%