Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Ah, Camacho. The big, bold cigar brand seems to miss the mark compared to its sibling, AVO, and its parent, Davidoff. The Ecuador robusto is par for the course. A surprising taste of nutmeg opened in the cold draw. The first third led with earth, trailed by coffee. In a twist, the profile shifted to floral notes in a patient middle third. Spices began to build as the final third began, transitioning to earth and campfire at the end. The Camacho benefited from superb construction, but it left me wanting more flavor.