Camacho Corojo Natural Short Cigar Review

Pre-Smoke: Very oil and smooth wrapper with only a couple of imperfections. There’s a small hole at about the halfway mark and the foot isn’t exactly the picture of perfection either – although that will soon be incinerated. Nicely packed cigar and, besides the aforementioned imperfections, it is wonderfully constructed. This is the monarca vitola (5″ x 50, robusto)

Smoke: It’s a medium-full bodied cigar with pretty good flavors. Earth and some spice are the main flavors. Not an overly complex cigar but good nonetheless because I like the flavors that are here. But, even so, this is an average cigar.

After a while a strong tobacco flavor starts coming through. I also have to upgrade the strength to full bodied; it just keeps on getting stronger. But I can’t say that the added strength is adding to my enjoyment of this cigar.

This cigar has a somewhat tight draw but the burn is pretty good.

After-Smoke: When I lit this cigar I really wanted to like it because I liked the Camacho Coyolar so much. But things just did not work out this time. Good cigar but nothing special.

3 points

Price Range: $5.00 – $ 7.25

Camacho Corojo Website Page

Published by Travis Lindsay

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  1. I have smoked a few of these since the review and I must say that it is better than my initial review. I will do a full review for this cigar in the next couple of weeks.

  2. Do we know if this is the same Corojo they had in the Black Band Project? If so, it was pretty good, just a little too much bite for a daily smoke.