The draw was also perfect, striking the best balance between air flow and resistance.
Two main thoughts on the Camacho Imperial Stout Barrel Aged. One, it is a tasty profile namely centered around darker flavors of chocolate and minerals. The charred wood note within the second third threw off the balance a bit, but nonetheless an enjoyable tasting profile. Two, 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. This cigar gave off chocolate, but that was the extent of it. I recommend picking up a few to judge for yourself.