Big, bold flavors abound with this triple threat...
Camacho consistently goes head to head with some of the most storied Cuban brands and emerges victorious time and time again. These highly complex beauties hail from the fertile soils of Honduras in a climate that rivals the lush Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba. The flavorful tobaccos are grown at Ranchos Jamastran utilizing exquisite Cuban seeds brought over from the El Corojo farm for a taste that's impossible to surpass.
From Camacho, comes the world's first all-maduro cigar. Camacho Triple Maduro is intended for fans of full-bodied smokes packed with some serious power. Expect rich and hearty undertones of spice and earth that are strong and bold without overpowering the palate. Dark, mysterious, and evenly constructed, this is one maduro that hits all the high marks. It's rumored that the amount of patience and skill it took to create this masterpiece was extraordinary, and the Eiroas had to attempt the perfect blend 84 times before they got it right. Luckily for us, they finally did.
Camacho Triple Maduro is unique to say the least. Comprised entirely of a carefully selected mixture of maduro leaf from four different countries, this is one of the darkest, richest blends you can get your hands on. The wafting waves of spice, rich espresso sweetness, and smooth chocolate is something you can get lost in and truly relax.
Corona (5.5”x44): I always like to start a blend off with the corona size if possible. Even with all the “you-can-taste-the-components-better” argument, I think the coronas offer an enthusiast a nice appetizer of what’s to come from the blend. The corona size doesn’t disappoint. Wafting waves of spice and rich espresso sweetness, this size offers a nice kick start to your relaxation. 90/100 [Buy Now]
Robusto (5.0”x50): Jumping up in ring gauge, the robusto size offers a semi-diluted taste to what the corona brings. The spice is toned down but the espresso qualities shine through more. Overall though, you’d expect more from a cigar dubbed “Triple Maduro”. 88/100 [Buy Now]
6.0”x60 (well, I’m sure you can guess): To me, this is where Triple Maduro shines. There’s minimal spice on the finish and your palate is bombarded by rich, maduro flavors. While any copy will tell you this is a full-bodied cigar, this size is so smooth and chocolaty you barely recognize the strength. This blend is something you can get lost to and truly relax.
Back in ’07, I was lucky enough to visit the Camacho factory in Honduras. Already home to my favorite cigar at the time (Camacho Diploma), Christian Eiroa had a batch of his new project, the Triple Maduro, rolled up for myself and Alex to try. Long story short, it kicked my ass and blew my mind. Every maduro fan MUST try this cigar.