Camacho Havana


10-1-06 been in humi since 9-1-06

Camacho Havana Toro 6 x 50

Wrapper: Honduran Grown Jamastran Habano Criollo

Binder: Honduran

Filler: Honduran grown Havana seed Corojo



The pre-light smell is very bakers chocolate.

Rich and spicy unlit pre-cut taste. Cut with a punch.

Hot chocolate with cream unlit draw. Very easy draw.


The first few puffs taste of sweet coffee and spice. The spice seems to linger.


First ash fell at 1 ½ inches. Its “mellowed” to a medium-full flavor. The taste is caramel and chocolate. That quickly changes to spice then coffee. I’m not a fan of coffee but this is quite pleasant. So far the burn would qualify as “flawless.” Even my poor light corrected itself.


At the half way point the cigar is building again. The chocolate is now in the initial taste and the spice is still in the aftertaste. What girls are made from comes to mind. “…Sugar and spice and all things nice.” Full flavor, full body. I’m glad I’m sitting down. Very relaxing. I wish I had a Captain and coke. The burn is less even now but still no corrective light.


2 inches left. Very full. Caramel and chocolate with hints of coffee. One corrective light now. Spice is moving to initial taste now, but it fades quickly.


In The last few puffs the spice is very pronounced. Its mostly black pepper and coffee.


This was a good cigar. Full and complex. I always have and always will have a handful of these on hand.


Burn: 9

Draw: 8

Appearance: 9

Taste: 10

Aftertaste: 9

Construction: 10


Over all: 9.2



~ by kuzi16 on January 20, 2012.

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