Camacho American Barrel Aged Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 27, 2015
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This 6×50 stick features a dark chocolate toothy rustic wrapper with a very light soft pack, minimal veins, stretch marks here and there, tight seams, oily feel, large double cap and pungent musty wood and cocoa aroma.  First light reveals a good draw and smoke production showing a medium-full body with flavors of a sweet zingy wood and earth combo leaving a fairly long light finish.  The first third burns perfectly putting off thick rich smoke with a unique flavor combo of a deep syrupy sweet caramel and charred wood that lightens up on the finish.  This is not a cigar gimmick.  Whatever production process they are using, it does effect flavors in a positive way.  The 1/2 way point comes at 30 minutes holding the same profile.  Ending at 1:05 the last third burns perfectly dropping the ash in 1″ chunks, changing flavors to a sweet creamy woody earth both on the draw and finish. Thank you to Camacho for sending this sample in for review!

  • lchughes

    I’m finding that I like several in the Camacho line. I look forward to giving this one a try. Thanks Bryan!

  • danb6177

    nice review gonna try this one. I had the equador after seeing your review on it and it was excellent.

  • phaedron

    I’m surprised and intrigued that this cigar is made with mostly American-grown tobacco. Going shopping now!

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