Camacho

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Liberty 2005 Throwback

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Liberty 2005 Throwback

I was not impressed with the Camacho Liberty 2005 Throwback. It lacked a flavor profile that showed balance and diversity. While there was some transitioning from when the ring gauge increased and decreased, it did not deliver a complex flavor profile that could have flourished with the changes of the ring gauge from start to finish.

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Coyolar Super Toro

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Coyolar Super Toro

In remembering how the original Coyolar smoked, I would say this cigar is not as strong as that but it has more flavors than the original. Of all the Camacho offerings that have been re-released/modified since Davidoff took over, this is the closest to what the old Camacho Coyolar smoked like. A solid cigar that will do well with the old Camacho fans that loved the strong Honduran smokes.

Cigar News: Camacho Announces Liberty 2005 Throwback

Cigar News: Camacho Announces Liberty 2005 Throwback

The Camacho Liberty 2005 blend makes its triumphant return in its original 11/18 Figurado format. The robust and complex smoke is dressed in a thick and oily Honduran Maduro wrapper with the binder and fillers composed of only hand-selected, top priming leaves of our Original Corojo tobacco.

Cigar News: Camacho Coyolar Returns

Cigar News: Camacho Coyolar Returns

While the blend and formats remain the same, Coyolar makes its return with a bold new look, outfitted with revamped black bands and packaged in unique 25-count grey and black lacquered boxes featuring an abstract design of the mountain ranges in Honduras and Nicaragua.

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Diploma Special Selection

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Diploma Special Selection

Classic Camacho Honduran Corojo goodness that takes me back to the early days of Camacho. Sometimes I smoke a cigar and I am reminded of the "good old days of smoking cigars." The Camacho Diploma Special Edition is just that. The creaminess and nuttiness paired by just the right amount of spice and earth (especially in the first third) was a pleasure and one that I will smoke again and again.

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Candela

Personal Cigar Review: Camacho Candela

The Camacho Candela delivers those candela qualities while at the same time shows some peppery and earthy qualities. It had guts, and that is what you need with a candela wrapper to make it successful.

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Imperial Stout Barrel Aged

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Imperial Stout Barrel Aged

Typical of what I have experienced from Camacho's barrel aged series, the flavors don't come through enough. What I expect from a barrel aged imperial stout cigar is big vanilla, chocolate, roasted malt, etc. The Camacho Imperial Stout Barrel Aged gave off chocolate, but that was the extent of it. I recommend picking up a few to judge for yourself.

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel Aged Toro

Team Cigar Review: Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel Aged Toro

In some samples, the rum barrels are more pronounced and those tend to be sweeter and creamier, but even samples which are less pronounced still deliver that flavor at a softer, less sweet level. This is really an enjoyable cigar that you need to spend some time on.