The Clemenceau Vitola

The Romeo y Julieta cigar factory in Cuba named their large-sized cigars after Georges Benjamin Clemenceau who was France's Prime Minister during World War I (aka the Great War). To be considered a Clemenceau, the cigar had to measure 7 inches long and have a 47 ring gauge. If all of this sounds a little bit too familiar, it's because it is. The Clemenceau vitola went through a name change in the late forties. It's now called the Churchill, named after a very famous British politician and statesman from World War II. Can you guess who that might be? If you answered Sir Winston Churchill, enjoy your finest hour with a Romeo y Julieta 1875 Churchill.

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