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Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel Aged Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 14, 2017
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Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel Aged Toro Cigar Review – This 6×50 stick features a dark brown firmly but very lightly packed wrapper with small veins, tight invisible seams, dry paper bag texture, triple cap and slight barynyard aroma. First light reveals a very loose draw with medium bodied smoke showing a tinge of light sweet earth with a big pepper and oily spice kick on the short finish.  The first third continues the same profile just adding more of it with a long finish and medium-full body.  Burn is good but fast and very hot.  1/2 way in at 20 minutes the ash drops in a solid chunk, burn is razor sharp and the draw slightly improves with more resistance.  Flavors are unchanged.  Ending at 45 minutes the last half drew better, dropping the sweetness on the draw going to a smooth but tangy light earth while the pepper and spice diminish on the long finish and the oily sweetness hits at the end.

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