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!
Really good, surprisingly spicy and smooth. Definitely a new favorite.1 0
I've had 4 or 5 of these in the 5x50 over the past several months. Great flavor, very consistent, no burn issues. It s quickly becoming my go to maduro.1 0
I ve been smoking cigars for about 20 years. My go-to smokes have been: Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur 1 in Maduro, La Gloria Cubana Wavell Maduro, and the Arturo Fuente Hemmingway Short Story. I am considering giving some of these away to make room in my humidor for the Camacho Triple Maduro. Its simply that good. The wrapper was an even, oily dark brown color with no obvious repairs or blemishes, it lit evenly and drew without effort. The flavor was delightfully spicy without being hot and continued to evolve as I smoked it down. I had definite cocoa tones about midway and finished with a woodsy note.1 0