Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 08 December 2010

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camacho coyolar puro super torocamacho triple maduro
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The appearance of the Coyolar Puro Super Toro was not pretty, and the same can be said when it comes to its burn as well. The draw is fine, and it does produce some solid white ash. The main problem occurs with the uneven nature of the burn. It tends to be erratic at times, so touch-ups are necessary. If you do not like to babysit your cigars and maintain them as you smoke, such an issue could be a disappointment.

The Coyolar was hyped as having some power, and it does not disappoint in this regard at all. The cigar is full-bodied all the way, and also can be overwhelming from time to time. As far as flavors are concerned, you get a rough kick of spice at the beginning. The spicy pepper later gives way to some toasty notes, as well as those of tobacco and leather. Overall, there is not much complexity to be enjoyed here, and it appears to be mostly just a stick filled with power.

The Coyolar Puro Super Toro is one rough customer. It’s appeal seems as if it would really be limited to those looking for a challenge. This is not a cigar that you want to try on an empty stomach, and it is definitely not meant for beginning smokers. It’s overwhelming strength also might exclude it from being an everyday smoke. If you enjoy the power that comes from Camacho offerings and love full-bodied cigars, the Coyolar may be right for you. Otherwise, when you combine its appearance, the uneven burn issues, and the one-dimensional flavor it offers, it may be worth passing on. If strength does not concern you and you want something to give you a kick in the rear, by all means pick up a single. In terms of price, the Coyolar is average with a single going for around $5 or $6 each. It can also be found in packs of five or boxes of 25.

The Camacho Coyolar Puro Super Toro earns a rating of 2.5 out of four stars.

Camacho Triple Maduro 11/18


The Triple Maduro line from Camacho has received some positive reviews, and it also is supposedly the only all Maduro cigar in the world. Camacho claims that the Triple Maduro took nearly an entire year to create, so hopefully all that hard work paid off and they created a cigar that was worth the wait.

The Triple Maduro 11/18 measures 6 x 54. The Triple Maduro comes in other sizes that measure 4.5 x 50, 6 x 60, and 6.25 x 54. The cigar is another Honduran puro made completely from the Central American nation’s tobacco. The filler, binder, and wrapper all consist of a blend of five different Honduran Maduro tobaccos. The Triple Maduro is another strong offering from Camacho, and it’s listed as being full-bodied.

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