Camacho Corojo Reviews
A disappointing smoke for the money. Started out nice and strong w/ good flavor but the burn and crumbly ash cost this cigar. Too much money for this stick. Score 85
Burn was perfect, consistent throughout. Appearance was flawless. Draw was great all the way past the band.Construction was excellent. The taste was enjoyable throughout never harsh or dry. A strong cigar for sure.
Bought a 5 pack last year and tried one today. It won t just burn and when it did, it s very hard to keep it on. Ending up wasting half of the stick but for the short while when it was on, draw was not bad and so not the taste.
If you are looking for spice, this should do the job. The first couple puffs are like a mouthful of cayenne, in a good way. It then begins to mellow out a bit, giving way to nice Honduran filler. I definitely recommend. I also like Camacho s new scorpion themed artwork. I do wish the band was smaller though.
An absolutely awesome smoke. One of my favorites of all time. If you're picky about the burn, construction, and appearance it might throw you off a little. Requires a bit of fussing to get it to burn even sometimes. The construction seems to be inconsistent. The corojo wrapper is very delicate. The taste is why I smoke cigars. These are bursting with rich complex flavors. I smoke 'em down to the nub every single time. They just smell and taste awesome. Every stick. If you love a rich complex smoke give them a try.
The 6x50 Camacho Corojo Toro is so hardcore I feel like I have to smoke it immediately or it s gonna beat me up and take my lunch money. Fortunately for me, they are sublime %26 heavenly smokes straight out of the box. I usually can t smoke them aged or not too far down past the 2-inch mark, as the body does get a bit overwhelming for a mild-to-medium devotee like myself, but the first two-thirds of this cigar are like nothing else on this earth. I won t bore you with the usual adjectives. You know them already. 8.9/10
Just an ok cigar. Woody taste and premium tobacco. Burn, construction and draw was perfect but nothing in taste was special. Medium to full cigar.
Pretty bland initially, but got interesting by the end of the first third, with woody notes finishing with toasty, sweet oak. Medium-strong. Leather kicked in on the second third. The tlast third was just oak, with the flavors and smoke diminishing as it got closer to the nub. It went off after the first half, and the draw became tighter too. The flavor profile reminded me of Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary, but milder. Very good white ash, and absolutely gorgeous, full smoke, albeit a bit strong smelling . Made me wanna eat something creamy and salty.
I got these on sale after seeing the 93 rating. After sitting in my humi. No f*** way a 93! or 6 months, I decided to give this stick a try. What a waste of $$. Pros: Very easy draw, full smoke, burns well Cons: Boring stick, somewhat harsh bitter taste on tip of tongue and palate, leathery flavor that is hidden. I do not feel more aging can further improve this meh low 80's stick.