From Camacho’s website, “Welcome to the dark side of Corojo. We age this legendary Cuban leaf and then age it again until its color turns black with the feel of raw leather. A process that brings out the rich, earthy flavors of the leaf that are kicked-up even further with three primings of Corojo filler.”
Camacho Triple Maduro (6×60)
$13.20 – $237.60
The Camacho Triple Maduro has a Cuban leaf that is aged until its color turns black with the feel of raw leather. A process that brings out the rich, earthy flavors of the leaf that are kicked-up even further with three primings of Corojo filler.
SKU: N/A Category: Camacho Triple Maduro Tags: Bold, Maduro Wrapper, Toro
|Dimensions||6.0 × 1.0 × 1.0 in|
Single, 5 Pack, Box of 20
|Length In Inches|
San Andres Maduro
|Country of Origin|
Camacho Triple Maduro
|Approximate Smoking Time|
2 reviews for Camacho Triple Maduro (6×60)
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TwoChief SplittingMoon (verified owner) –
Today I’m smoking the Camacho triple Maduro robusto from my local B&M. This has been in my cedar humidor for a little while now at 72% humidity. It has a nice big band on it. Dark wrapper sort of a velvety feel to it. After the “Cut and a light” requirement, I’m picking up a nice earthy flavor, a light pepper and some smooth creamy chocolate. It’s medium plus body. Good draw to it with a thick smooth smoke. About 30 minutes later I’m headed into the second third. There’s roasted coffee, still very earthy, the pepper has faded to a new spice flavor and a touch of cedar. It’s pretty mellow for a triple Maduro. It does have a somewhat crooked burn line, which I’m letting go for now. It seems slow burning. Medium strength, the body has increased a bit. The ash is light grey. About an hour into this now, and it’s become full bodied, it has increased in strength. The spice has kicked up as well. The nicotine is more noticeable, there’s still a sweetness on the pallet, which has been pretty consistent throughout. Still very earthy. I did do some small touch ups on it. It had a good smoke output, with thick smoke but the whole cigar was smooth and mellow. My smoke time was one hour and thirty minutes and I’m scoring this with 90 points.
Joel Smith –
I smoked at least 10 of these so far in the toro and also in the robusto size. I definitely prefer the toro size as all the robusto sizes have a much tighter draw than I prefer.
The flavors are great. It’s strong yet smooth and nowhere near overwhelming. Very pleasant earthy flavors with hints of chocolate and coffee. These are a slow burning cigar which you would expect from a darker smoke. The toro takes around an hour to smoke.
The only reason I’m giving this 4 stars is because I have the same issue with every single one of these which is they all require several relights. I assume this could be an issue with where the different fillers are being placed during the bunching process.