Camacho Corojo (old version) Cigar Review

Change is inevitable but, at least for this review, I’ll stand athwart change and yell “Stop!” because I’m going to review the old Camacho Corojo. Not only that, I’m bucking another trend (the one towards bigger vitolas) by reviewing the Machito, which is a very diminutive cigar measuring in at 4″ x 32. Cigars of […]

Camacho Triple Maduro Short Cigar Review

I received this cigar from Cigars Direct; as always, all reviews are my own. Wrapper: Maduro    |   Binder: Maduro   |   Filler: Maduro   |   Box of 21: $183.00; Single: $8.95   |   Robusto   |   4 ½″ x 50 0/3: I have reviewed the Camacho Triple Maduro 50/4.5 twice before and I […]

AFGL: Orange, Krauss and Lists

A Few Good Links this week will cover how Camacho/Davidoff got screwed out of a sponsorship deal with the Orange Bowl, Alison Kruass and Union Station’s new album and a few of the top cigars of the year lists I saw. Patrick S. over at Stogie Review has a really good post about how the […]

Camacho Diploma Corojo Cigar Review

With just a quick glance it is fairly evident that this is not one of the best looking cigars ever made. It is dotted with a couple of pinprick-sized holes, a number of bumps that runs from foot to cap and a number of veins mixed in as well. There is not much oil covering […]

Camacho Coyolar Cigar Review

About a year ago I did a Short Cigar Review on one of these and I gave it the most points possible, five points. That doesn’t mean I think it’s perfect but it is one of those cigars that I really think every cigar smoker should try. The Camacho Coyolar is extremely flavorful with pretty […]