Camacho Blackout LE 2013 Churchill Cigar Online SaleThe Camacho Blackout LE 2013 cigar is the first line since the company underwent a major rebranding and facelift in June. The brand is now focused on all things bold, from marketing to the blends that go into its stogies. Because the company is putting a lot of effort into its new appearance and feel, this stick is a very important one for the manufacturer. If it is any indication of the brand’s future efforts, it is proof that there really are some bold things going on at Camacho.

Camacho Blackout LE 2013 Figurado Cigar ReviewsThis stick comes with a Honduran wrapper aged since 2006. The Nicaraguan binder was grown in 2009 and the Brazilian, Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers are from 2009, 2008 and 2003. The Camacho Blackout LE 2013 cigar contains a lot of aged tobacco, but every plant was allowed a longer than typical rest period after being harvested and worked. This gives the smoke an additional sweetness and a little more oil. The wrapper is the color of dark chocolate and is oily to the touch. The silver and black band features the company’s new mark, a scorpion, and the name of the stick. It is available in five vitolas, including Robusto (5 x 50), Toro (6 x 50), Gordo (6 x 60), Figurado (6 1/8 x 42 x 54) and Churchill (7 x 48).

Find Camacho Blackout LE 2013 Robusto Cigar Sale OnlineThe first third of the Camacho Blackout LE 2013 cigar starts off with some strong black pepper that settles down after a few draws. Once it does, intense espresso and tobacco flavors move into a primary role. In the background, some slightly sweet earth tones and a sugary sweetness balance well off of the primary flavors.

During the second third, the tobacco notes fade a bit and move into a secondary role
. The espresso develops during this part of the stick and takes on something closer to mocha. The sugary sweetness present in the first third drops out completely and is replaced with some nutty flavors.

Shop For Camacho Blackout LE 2013 Toro Cigar OnlineThe final third of the Camacho Blackout LE 2013 cigar starts off with more black pepper and combines with the mocha and nutty notes to create an interesting combination. There is some sweetness in the profile, though it is not overwhelming. Near the end of the stogie, the pepper ramps up in intensity and is the primary flavor until the finish.

The burn and draw are both good according to reviews, and this smoke is full bodied and medium to full in strength
. Overall, it definitely lives up to the bold image the brand is pushing for.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017


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