Camacho Corojo Churchill Cigar Review
This 7×48 stick features a dark brown very oily, soft and slightly toothy wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, even firm pack, triple cap and a musty prune and licorice. First light reveals a perfect draw with medium-full body flavors of a fairly sweet tobacco with thick oily smooth smoke and a long finish. The first third mellow out quite a bit, shifting down to mild-medium at the very best, keeping the same general flavor profile, while the finish gets very short and clean. Burn isn’t perfect but doesn’t need a touchup. 30 minutes in the 2nd third starts, while flavors remain largely unchanged just dropping what little was left of the sweetness. Burn is good and the ash holds right to the 2nd third. The 2nd third ends with the addition of a subtle nutmeg, just adding a little spice character to the flavor profile. Still on the mild side though. Ending at 1:25 the last bit showed no further changes. Thank you very much to viewer Jeremie Plouffe for generously sending this in!