The draw was a little loose for my liking. I wish there was some more tobacco present in the filler, and because of that I felt the cigar smoked somewhat quicker than I would like. I tried to slow down my smoking, and I did, but there was little that I could do to slow down the cigar itself.
I was never a big fan of the Camacho Ecuador when it first came out. I wasn’t blown away by the flavor profile and I have always been one that thinks of Camacho as being tied to Honduras. It had a nice strength and body level, something that I think Camacho is known for capturing, but it was missing that Honduran flavor. I am a purist or old school in that sense. With more releases that have less Honduran tobacco and have the name Camacho, the more I feel the company is going away from what Camacho has been and should be. With that being said, the Camacho Ecuador BXP Toro is the best vitola release I have had in the line. It is a line that has benefited well from being pressed, and I think it is a line that should have been released in a box press format. The BXP Toro offered solid flavors from beginning to end and great construction with that. It had a nice full body and strength quality for most of the cigar, and had a smooth finish which made you want another one right afterwards. Not my favorite Camacho, but a cigar worth trying.