Cigar Review: Camacho Connecticut Toro
Continuing my search for the perfect breakfast cigar, I found myself grabbing the Camacho Connecticut Toro. Camacho is a brand I smoked often in the mid-2000s, but after noticing a fluctuation in quality control, I moved on to other manufacturers.
But today, I'm smoking a Camacho I've never tried before. The Camacho Connecticut Toro has an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper and a blend of Honduran and Dominican tobacco inside. Since there are no Nicaraguan leaves inside, I expect this cigar to be mild and smooth, perfect for pairing with my favorite coffee.
Size: 6 x 50
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
Binder: Honduran Corojo
Filler: Dominican, Honduran
To be honest, the Camacho Connecticut Toro was a joy to smoke. The burn was perfect. The rollers paid attention to the details. The draw was good. Like I said, a joy to smoke. As I continued through the cigar, the flavors of roasted honey never got bitter and the cigar never got too hot.
Because this cigar gets everything right, including a rockstar price point, the Camacho Connecticut Toro earns a CigarScore of 5, and I'm looking forward to enjoying the next one!