Cigar Review: Camacho Coyolar Super Toro
When I first pulled the Camacho Coyolar Super Toro out of the plastic, the cigar smelled young (like when it smells or tastes like freshly cut grass). However, as soon as I lit the cigar, all doubts disappeared as rich flavors smacked me in the mouth. The first quarter inch of this cigar was delicious. The wrapper is smooth and oily, and almost had a marbled look to it.
Size: 6 x 52
I really enjoyed the first half of the Camacho Coyolar Super Toro. However, the second half had hints of bitterness, though they were barely noticeable and didn't reduce the overall quality of the cigar. However, the sweetness did go away in the second half. The flavor changes combined with a price point higher than that of the Perdomo Bourbon Barrel 12 years dropped this cigar from a CigarScore of 4 to a 3. If the wonderful flavors the Camacho started with had carried through, and the price was about $2-3 less, this would have easily been a 4.