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Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

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As far as the Corojo New Blend’s flavor is concerned, it’s definitely complex and keeps things interesting. The cigar starts off with a burst of pepper that mixes with wood and sweetness. As we move into the second third things start to strengthen just a bit, but the cigar does not reach the overpowering level. More pepper and sweetness linger, while cream and citrus come into play. The final third continues with more citrus and pepper, plus raisin and molasses. Full-bodied is a perfect description for the strength, while the cigar is also full-flavored.

Am I surprised that I enjoyed the Camacho Corojo New Blend?  Not at all.  Camacho has a solid reputation in the industry, and with good reason.  I think their rebranding should be a success, and I’ll definitely be picking up at least one more Corojo New Blend in the future.  A single costs around $7, which seems like a fair price for a quality cigar

The Camacho Corojo New Blend Robusto earns a rating of 3.75 out of four stars.

J. Fuego Connoisseur Corpulent

The Camacho Corojo New Blend doesn’t stand alone as a full-bodied smoke in today’s pair of reviews, as the J. Fuego Connoisseur is also a full-bodied cigar.  Jesus Fuego, the owner of the brand, describes the Connoisseur as his top of the line offering.  It shipped earlier this year, so you can still label it as a rather new release.  Now let’s find out if the Connoisseur lives up to its elegant name by taking a closer look at its Corpulent format.

J. Fuego Connoisseur Corpulent measures 5 x 50.  Other formats available in the line include the Original, Grand Robusto, and the Classique.  The cigar features a filler blend of Nicaraguan Corojo and Honduran Corojo tobaccos.  The binder is Mexican San Andres Maduro, while the wrapper is of the Ecuadorian Sumatra variety. As mentioned before, this is categorized as a full-bodied cigar.






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