Camacho Connecticut Robusto cigars were created in response to countless consumer and retailer requests for a more mild-mannered Camacho cigar, as opposed to their fuller-bodied offerings. Camacho Connecticut Robusto cigars contain a blend of Honduran and Dominican longfillers, Honduran binders, and silky Ecuadorian Connecticut wrappers. While mildly spicy, these Connecticut-wrapped cigars offer superb balance and signature Camacho body. Camacho Connecticut Robusto cigars are a wonderful change of pace when you yearn for full flavor without all the strength.
I have always enjoyed Camacho, their construction is always perfect..i usually smoke the Ecuador Robusto but was searching for a milder less powerful daily smoke so im not always burning through my cubans.the flavor on this Robusto Connecticut is delightful; cedar, peppery, creamy with a good balance of saltiness. the balance of seco and ligero in the Connecticut blend are superb and i commend Camacho for their achievement i did get a little freshness which is to be expected with a young cigar but this wasnt anything bad! leaving a great aftertaste!The only negative in my humble opinion is the over sized Bands which i take off hahahaha a great cigar
Great Connecticut -Surprisingly smooth for a Camacho. Notes of pepper and wood - but smooth - leaves a great aftertaste also. Not overpowering -reminds me of a Don Pepin Legado - but on the lighter side.
This is a nice, medium to light bodied cigar that can be smoked every day. It s not harsh on the palate and the construction and draw make for a very solid cigar. I received a few in a sampler pack initially, and since then have purchased a box for myself and for friends. This is a great cigar to have your humidor for special occasions, or an evening solo smoke. Definitely recommend, and if you are looking for a stronger more full bodied cigar, this particular line offers those as well. Great cigar, great price, enjoy!
A unique Connecticut. Tons of hay and toast flavors. What some have described as peppery flavor I would describe as picante; roasted peppers and tomatillo. Not citrusy but with those same acidic qualities. Delicious. Neatly crafted. A few veins but nothing to get in a fuss about. Sharp burn. A real winner here.