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Robusto I’ve always liked these. 4 5 1
Robusto I agree 100% with Frank C's statement of SUFFERING BRAND and his assessment of this cigar. Camacho has ruined SEVERAL cigars since Davidoff took over with this being the most glaring example. The Criollos (what used to be the Havana) have also been ruined. The Camacho Corojo used to be a truly great cigar. Now? They are nothing more than blah. Anyone who has had the old Corojo will know what I'm saying.. But hey the hipsters with inexperienced palates should love the great new bands tho! The Barrel-Aged stuff and the Triple Maduros are still great. Hopefully they won't ruin those too. 2 5 1
Robusto Decent flavor and draw but the construction is terrible. None are burning evenly. And I'm finding that I have to relight constantly. 3 5 1
Robusto Bought a whole box of these and they have lasted the longest in my humidor because I'm disappointed almost every time. I really like the the flavor but the construction is not good and inconsistent. Big gaps. You can feel them from the outside and they kill the burn and the draw. Maybe a bad box but will likely keep me from buying anymore anytime soon. 2 5 1
Robusto Nice even smoke with a kick. 4 5 1
Robusto Not the best taste and couldn't keep them lit. looking else-wear. 2 5 1
Robusto I like to try a variety of sticks and somehow comacho has always avoided me. Boy was I missing out! Very consistent from a subtle spice to eventually peppery and very strong earthy/coffee explosion. 4 5 1
Robusto Scored these on auction great construction. Goid earthy campfire taste. Perfect evening smoke. 4 5 1
Robusto I got one as a bonus buy in the aluminum sleeve. I aged in my humi out of the sleeve for at least a month. I was not only disappointed I was disgusted. Finally gave up at about 1/2 way. Not sure why a cigar would taste that bad but it was like smoking a broom. Maybe just a bad one but ..... 2 5 1
Robusto A great smoke after a big meal. Lot's of good smoke and flavor. Will try again. 4 5 1
Robusto very good smoke consistent. Had a toasted bread taste to me and at times almost a toasted marshmallow great burn lasts about an hour for me 5 5 1
Robusto Full flavor and in your face cigar. Not a light-weight kinda full flavor affair. Good draw a little helter skelter burn but a solid smoke. Not good with flavors so explore for yourself a good quality stick. 4 5 1
Robusto This is a very strong very pungent cigar and I only smoked about 10 puffs. Between the strong flavor and the too-easy draw it was like a blowtorch to my mouth. Any flavor it might have was overwhelmed by the harsh pungency. If you like the very strongest cigars you may like these. 3 5 1
Robusto This is a very strong very pungent cigar and I only smoked about 10 puffs. Between the strong flavor and the too-easy draw it was like a blowtorch to my mouth. Any flavor it might have was overwhelmed by the harsh pungency. If you like the very strongest cigars you may like these. 3 5 1
Robusto I’ve always liked these. 4 5 1
Robusto I agree 100% with Frank C's statement of SUFFERING BRAND and his assessment of this cigar. Camacho has ruined SEVERAL cigars since Davidoff took over with this being the most glaring example. The Criollos (what used to be the Havana) have also been ruined. The Camacho Corojo used to be a truly great cigar. Now? They are nothing more than blah. Anyone who has had the old Corojo will know what I'm saying.. But hey the hipsters with inexperienced palates should love the great new bands tho! The Barrel-Aged stuff and the Triple Maduros are still great. Hopefully they won't ruin those too. 2 5 1
Robusto Decent flavor and draw but the construction is terrible. None are burning evenly. And I'm finding that I have to relight constantly. 3 5 1
Robusto Not the best taste and couldn't keep them lit. looking else-wear. 2 5 1
Robusto Bought a whole box of these and they have lasted the longest in my humidor because I'm disappointed almost every time. I really like the the flavor but the construction is not good and inconsistent. Big gaps. You can feel them from the outside and they kill the burn and the draw. Maybe a bad box but will likely keep me from buying anymore anytime soon. 2 5 1
Robusto Nice even smoke with a kick. 4 5 1
Robusto I like to try a variety of sticks and somehow comacho has always avoided me. Boy was I missing out! Very consistent from a subtle spice to eventually peppery and very strong earthy/coffee explosion. 4 5 1
Robusto Scored these on auction great construction. Goid earthy campfire taste. Perfect evening smoke. 4 5 1
Robusto I got one as a bonus buy in the aluminum sleeve. I aged in my humi out of the sleeve for at least a month. I was not only disappointed I was disgusted. Finally gave up at about 1/2 way. Not sure why a cigar would taste that bad but it was like smoking a broom. Maybe just a bad one but ..... 2 5 1
Robusto A great smoke after a big meal. Lot's of good smoke and flavor. Will try again. 4 5 1
Robusto very good smoke consistent. Had a toasted bread taste to me and at times almost a toasted marshmallow great burn lasts about an hour for me 5 5 1
Robusto Full flavor and in your face cigar. Not a light-weight kinda full flavor affair. Good draw a little helter skelter burn but a solid smoke. Not good with flavors so explore for yourself a good quality stick. 4 5 1

Camacho Corojo

Robusto 5 × 50 CCOR

Camacho Corojo Robusto cigars are the first premium cigars to use genuine Corojo tobaccos from the Jamastran Valley of Honduras for the entire blend. These deeply aged tobacco makes for a robust, smooth, intense smoke that delivers rich full-bodied flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, leather, earth, and spice. One of Camacho’s boldest blends to date, these one-of-a -kind handmade premium cigars are sold in modestly priced boxes of 20.
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