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“Floral and earthy” Camacho Ecuador Toro Cigar Review.

Brand History

Founded in 1962, Camacho is the world’s leading brand of bold cigars, representing the concept of unleashing unmistakable and intense experiences.  Camacho is the world’s leading brand of bold cigars and has become a sanctuary for the powerful, elemental being who seeks to fill their lives with unapologetic good times.

A combination of rich heritage, product excellence and a never surrender attitude has enabled Camacho to grow into an aggressive brand globally recognized as the standard of full-frontal flavor and full-frontal lifestyle.


The cigar is firm with an oily sheen on its wrapper.  It has a rich pre-light aroma of Camacho notes.  The wrapper has a rich, brown color and a sweet aroma.


 Journey Profile:

1st quarter: A very smooth draw provided a slow and even start to the burn.  There was a full and rich aroma with a medium body and full flavors.  Spices developed on the palate as well as through the nose.  2nd quarter: This portion offered a light and aromatic smoke that had some spices through the nose.  Big full flavors and aroma were present with a more consistent taste of heavy earthy tones.  Sweet and creamy smoke dominated the palate.  3rd quarter: This full body offered a long finish with a nearly white ash and an even burn.  It remained complex with changes throughout and its fullness intensified.  The draw was very smooth and effortless with hints of cocoa notes.  4th quarter: The cigar concluded with both full flavors and aroma.  This overall medium-full body continuously builds as the cigar comes to an end.  It was effortless to smoke and enjoy.


Final Thoughts:

The Camacho Ecuador Toro cigar is full-bodied with bold flavors and aroma.  It is very well balanced with a continuous build in body and strength.  It offered a slow and even burn that held onto a tight white gray ash.  It is very well made and its great flavor with full but not overly complex characters will keep you highly interested.


Myron Gooch Sr.

Reviewed at: The Man Cave.

Time Smoked: 1 hour 40 minutes.

Cost: $7.25

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano 2000

Binder: Brazilian Mata Fina.

Filler: Honduran, Dominican Pelo de Oro ligero.

Size: 6” x 50.

Rating: 89


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