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"Crazy Good Smoke"
This is by far one of the best Cigars I have smoked. Exceptionally smooth and an amazing coco finish that stays with you for a time! It is very consistant from start to finish. I have and will recomend this Cigar as amust in any collection!
Ryan in Fort Wayne, Indiana November 13, 2012
"Good strong cigar"
I had one of these from a buddy and bought a box with my next order. This is a good strong cigar and I almost guarantee you will catch a buzz of these. I would recommend you have this after a hearty meal. This cigar lit well, burned well, ashed well and taste great.
Dustin B in NJ July 4, 2010
"A very Disappointing cigar."
After smoking all 5 cigars, I can truly say these cigars are NOT worth the money! There is nothing good I can say about these cigars. The burn, draw and taste were all lousy! These cigars are NO better than my 2 dollar cigars . I never knew comacho cigars could be this bad. I give these cigars 1 star only. one word GARBAGE!!
JHV 3 in Long Island NY August 14, 2009
"Couldn't Be Better"
I believe in great things...Great beer, great women, great cars, and most of all great cigars.
When I smoke one of these Camachos I know what a great cigar is. Wonderful balance and strength with that hint of sweetness...Oh My God I think I'll have another.
RMcCraw in Birmingham, Al February 1, 2009
"Very Good but it's still just a cigar"
Construction, appearance and draw are always good and remarkably consistent for a hand-made agricultural product. Taste is more subjective but I like 'em. The guy who said they taste like "dung" is way off base, but so are some of the guys who are almost poetic. It's a cigar! I love the strong taste of pepper and earth, and "something extra" that seems unique to Camacho. Probably not for everyone's palate, but if you like a full-bodied, old-fashtioned, traditional cigar with no fancy gimmicks, give 'em a try.
Phil in Oregon November 29, 2008
"Not my favorite Camacho"
The Carojo and Havana are my least favorite Camachos. I don't find them either flavorful or powerful. Compaired to an SLR or a Coyolar Puro, these are pretty boring.
btg in Michigan July 25, 2008
"This one should come with rules."
Lay down in your backyard. Hold up both hands. You should see ten digits. Light the cigar and smoke for ten minutes. Hold both hands back up in the air. If you see twenty digits stay on the ground. If you see ten slowly get up and find a chair. Sit there and enjoy one of the better full bodied cigars available in the States.
Roger in Ohio July 4, 2008
Full flavor cigar thats very complex, this cigar has alot to offer but not for the faint of heart.Im a SEASONED SMOKER and after about 10 minutes I thought I'd better set it down for a few because I felt like I had a beer or 2 but thats a good thing lol thats my kind of cigar. I have never experienced a cigar with this much flavor and no bitterness at all ....I mean none. I only set it down for 10 or 15 minutes and I couldnt wait anymore its that good. This cigar you need to smoke slow and you will really enjoy it. This cigar has become one of my favorites and will definatelty be getting more,its the kind of cigar that when your smoking it your already planning when your going to smoke your next. Im about a little over half way now and its now showing a nutty kind of semi-sweet taste and still no bitterness.Wow I did I say how much I like this cigar :)This cigar rates right up there with my favorite Don Pepin Garcia's and that says a lot!! I give this cigar a high 9 for sure.
The Factor in Beaverton Oregon May 29, 2007