Winston Churchill with his cigar

Churchill with his cigar.

A cigar is a tightly-rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco that is ignited so that its smoke may be drawn into the mouth.


Cigars are cylindrical rolls of dried tobacco, bigger than cigarettes and more expensive. Unlike in the case of cigarettes, when smoking cigars, the smoker does not inhale the smoke in his/her lungs, only in the mouth, since the smoke is too strong.


Winston Churchill is seen smoking a cigar while sitting near a piano, in the large room from the British estate, where General Ed Fenech briefed Archie Hicox on Operation Kino.

The American colonel from Nation's Pride is seen puffing a cigar when talking to an American soldier.


  • Winston Churchill was well known for his love of cigars.


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