More modest, but no less intense.
It’s no easy task to scale back on strength without losing complexity and flavor. Lesser men have tried and failed. But the fine folks at Camacho have been around the block a few times….evidenced by their portfolio of 90+ rated blends and legions of devoted fans….and they know how to construct a damn good cigar. So it’s no surprise that they easily conquered this challenge.
Camacho Connecticut is balanced and smooth, but also features a bold flavor profile that keeps things interesting. Boasting an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, an authentic Corojo binder, and a perfect blend of Honduran and Dominican Aleman ligero long-fillers, you can expect a spicy kick that’s not too overwhelming. Referred to as a “utility cigar,” this is the handmade you’ll want to keep on hand for everyday use.
Camacho Connecticut received a well-deserved 90-rating noting: “Perfectly symmetric in appearance, this pyramid has a bit of an airy draw. Initial acidity passes and the smokes takes on a creamy character with hints of citrus and sweet espresso.”
(Gordo) (6.0"x60), Camacho Machitos – Connecticut (Cigarillos) (4.0"x32), Churchill (7.0"x48), Robusto (5.0"x50), Robusto Tubo (5.0"x50), Toro (6.0"x50)