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Wednesday, 08 December 2010

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camcoyopic1 It is Camacho day here on Puff.com, and we have two Camacho selections to review. Let’s see if the brand’s Coyolar Puro Super Toro and Triple Maduro 11/18 are any good.

Camacho Coyolar Puro Super Toro

Camacho’s Coyolar Puro line is approximately five years old. Throughout its life, this particular selection from Camacho has built a reputation of being very strong and not intended for the faint of heart. Camacho’s Christian Eiroa is the man behind the Coyolar’s creation, and the cigar was stamped with the Coyolar moniker to reflect the Honduran farm from which its components are taken. Is this stick really as strong as the hype makes it out to be, or its intimidation factor overblown? The only way to find out is to light one up, so let’s do just that.

The Super Toro vitola of the Coyolar Puro line measures 6.5 x 52. Camacho also offers four other sizes in the line which include the 4.5 x 50 Rothschild, the 4.5 x 50 Perfecto No. 1, the 6 x 54 Figurado, and the 6 x 60 Titan. As hinted in its name, the Coyolar is a puro made completely from Honduran tobacco. The cigar’s filler, binder, and wrapper are all composed of tobacco grown on Camacho farms in the fertile region of Danli, Honduras. The Coyolar Puro Super Toro falls firmly into the full-bodied category in terms of strength.

In terms of any wonderful aesthetic qualities, the Coyolar Puro Super Toro falls short. To put it bluntly, you could say that it is somewhat of an ugly cigar. Then again, considering the touted strength and macho aura behind the cigar, it is doubtful that Camacho really cares about winning any beauty contests in this case. The cigar’s wrapper is very dark and has a rough look to it. There are a few large veins that are visible, and it feels firm to the touch despite some occasional lumps. A small amount of oil appears on the wrapper as well. A single decorative band sits near the head that displays the Camacho brand name. The band’s black and gold colors look good against the dark wrapper and add a nice touch to the cigar’s overall appearance. Before lighting, the Super Toro has a spicy aroma and cold taste that hint at the possible power contained within.

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