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Monday, 04 October 2010

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The flavors of the Connecticut Toro are where it really stands out. There is nothing overpowering here, and it performs as a smooth stick just as advertised. It begins with an earthy flavor similar to the one found in the cold taste. Some cedar and relatively spicy flavors also come into play. Later on, a very smooth and creamy flavor kicks in that is the most enjoyable one offered. Finally, there are some wood notes that also are noticeable.

Although the Camacho Connecticut Toro may not be the most memorable smoking experience around, the cigar does have its strong points. This is particularly true in the flavor department, as the right amount of complexity is present. The cigar's appearance was also a plus, and its burn was satisfactory overall. Those who enjoy full-bodied smokes will definitely want to pass, as the Connecticut Toro is far from daring in strength. Instead, beginning smokers and fans of milder cigars should find it to be more to their liking. In terms of price, a single Toro can be found for around $5 to $6. It also comes in boxes of 25. At that price, a single is worth the investment.

The Camacho Connecticut Toro earns a rating of three out of four stars.

Sencillo Double Robusto

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When translated to English, Sencillo means simple, and that is exactly what brand owner Keith Park intended with the creation of the line. He wanted a cigar that could be savored just as the simple things in life should, and he asked Camacho Cigars' Christian Eiroa for help with the Sencillo.

Sencillo's Double Robusto measures 5 3/4x 52. Sencillo also has released the following sizes from the line: the 5 1/4x 50 Robusto, the 6 1/8x 54 Piramide, the 6 x 60 Gigante, and the 6 1/4x 48 Short Churchill. Sencillo claims that the Double Robusto is one of the line's vitolas that offers the smoothest smoke, while the Robusto is said to be the most full-bodied of them all. Overall, the entire line is classified as being medium to full-bodied. The Sencillo is a Honduran puro, meaning it is made completely from tobacco grown within that Central American nation. The filler is a blend of Honduran Habano de Jamastran and Piloto Cubano tobaccos. The binder and wrapper, meanwhile, are both composed of Habano de Jamastran tobacco.






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