Wrapper: Stalk-cut Habano Connecticut | Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina | Filler: Nicaraguan, Dominican & Honduran | Box of 12: $144.90; Single: $16.10 | Perfecto | 4.125″ x 60 0/3: I received this cigar as a Christmas gift from a friend named Danny (Danny was gracious enough to do reviews for […]
Wrapper: Nicaragua | Binder: Nicaragua | Filler: Nicaragua | Box of 8: $250.00 | Single: $31.00 | Perfecto | 6 ¾″ x 54 0/3: That price for a stick is misleading. I paid about $40 for this one at a local B&M and I’d bet that there are places […]
Like everything that Camacho makes, it looks good. No discernable imperfections and it is evenly packed. I am smoking the 50/4.5 vitola for this review. What makes this cigar different from most other cigars is that it uses maduro tobacco for the wrapper, binder and the filler.
It starts out really spicy and then things settle down. Spice, wood, some sweetness, earthiness and cocoa all blend wonderfully together. It’s a full bodied cigar that has a great draw and an even burn.
I had smoked a couple of these before and I have a couple more in my humidor, so I’ll be doing a complete review of this cigar in the next couple of months. Based off of what I have already experienced from this cigar I can safely say that it is awesome. The Camacho Triple Maduro has tons of flavor, a lot of strength, and its fundamentals are spot on. If you can, pick up some of these.
Pre-Smoke: It’s a Camacho. Need I say more?
It’s oily and the wrapper looks perfect. Dark wrapper with no raised veins or imperfections. The only minor problem is that it feels a little soft near the foot of the cigar.
What, you may be thinking, does Coyolar mean? In short, it’s the name of the farm where all the tobacco for this line of cigars is grown. The Coyolar farm is located in Honduras. I am smoking the Rothschild (robusto) vitola.
Smoke: The first thing that I notice is that it has loads of flavor and absolutely coats my mouth with awesome array of flavors. Ranging from warm cocoa to meat to a screeching spice that is as brilliant as it is brief, only coming at the apex of the retrohale. Tons of smoke as well.
At first I was not impressed by its strength but, boy, it is full bodied. It’s a strength that builds up slowly as you smoke this Camacho. The draw is perhaps a little tight but does not interfere with the cigar in the slightest. The burn is perfect.
There is an occasional sweet note. Coffee is the predominant flavor in the aftertaste.
After-Smoke: This is an impressive cigar. It has tons of flavor, some kick to it and it smokes very well. Definitely a keeper.
Price Range: $4.75 – $6.75