Camacho Triple Maduro Robusto cigars are so named for the Maduro tobaccos comprising the wrapper, filler, and binder. After immense effort, this line was finally introduced in 2007. So while they are full-bodied enough to sit the most experienced aficionado back down in his seat, they're never bitter or overpowering. Expect clouds of white smoke full of earthy flavors, producing a remarkable aroma laced with unsweetened cocoa and coffee on a long finish. Only 300,000 were produced, so get yours soon!
This is a fantastic stick. I pick it up whenever it s on sale because it s a little rich for my blood but man oh man is this a great cigar. I love full-bodied sticks and this is as full-bodied as it gets. Smoke on an empty stomach if you dare. I like it as the last cigar of the evening and I know some people find it harsh but it s all about taking your time with it. Don t hotbox it and you ll be fine. Burns good and even with a pure white ash that will hold on to the nub if you let it. Someday I ll splurge on a full box but for now it s sadly the discount 5-packs for me.
It was a wonderful smoke, I enjoyed every second of it. Usually I find my maduro sticks have slightly too much pepper flavor, but the flavors were well balanced. I had mainly a dark chocolate and espresso flavor. This is my new favorite cigar. I purchased it in a sampler, so I believe it was a little bit roughed up. The band also had a bit of glue that leaked towards the wrapper, but after a little bit of water it s appearance was near perfect. The burn was even except for light canoeing in the beginning. The draw was also perfect. I smoked this cigar further down than any other cigar I ve smoked before. Remember that it is full-bodied and eat a bit of something before you smoke it, it packs a punch. Amazing cigar.
Man.. worth every penny.. I don t think I can live without it.. where has it been all my life :