|Length||6 3/4 Inches|
Always consistent, solid smoke for the money. Very enjoyable smoke.
By Mark on Nov 4, 2014
Great from start to finish. Nice burn, always consistent from box to box.
By Mark on Dec 12, 2013
I think the AF Double Chateau is one of my top 5 cigars.
I like it size, taste and burn.
By Edward on Aug 12, 2014
Great, consistent smoke. Always a nice flavor and after taste.
By Mark on Sep 30, 2014
By armand on Oct 4, 2014
This is a good replacement for 858 sun grown
By Sandra on Feb 5, 2015
Excellent everyday smoke. Always consistent.
By Mark on Jun 30, 2015
Always my go to cigar!
By David on Feb 5, 2015
Great everyday smoke
By Mark on Feb 5, 2015
Easy light, great flavor, slow steady burn. You will savor this smoke!
By Robert on Apr 16, 2015
Always consistent. Excellent smoke, i order a lot of these and always the same solid consistency.
By Mark on Apr 29, 2015
This is my favorite cigar and the price at BCP is the best around. Can't beat it!
By Mark on Jun 22, 2015
Perfect cigar for anytime.
By Mark on Oct 7, 2015
my favorite choice for every occasion.
By Mark on Nov 20, 2015
Consistently Flavorful, Best Smoke for the money
By Mark on Nov 16, 2015
My experience with the Aurturo Fuentes Double Chateau, has been top notch.
By Robin on Oct 31, 2017
By Dale on Feb 10, 2018
As a long time smoker of Arturo Fuente Sun Grown cigars I am constantly surprised to find these smokes to be consistant in flavor and quality each and every box.
By Roger on Jul 13, 2018
By Thomas on Aug 2, 2018
The main difference between the Arturo Fuente Double Chateau Natural & the Sun Grown is the wrapper on each cigar. The Natural has a Connecticut shade wrapper, which is mild and smooth with a light golden brown color. The Sun Grown features a Sun Grown wrapper, which is grown in direct sunlight. This produces a thick, dark and textured wrap, with a little more flavor and sweetness due to the high sugar and oil content. Both versions are listed as a medium-to-full bodied cigar, but the Sun Grown would probably be the fuller bodied of the two with a little more sweetness and a slower burn.
By Ken on Feb 8, 2011