This is the second Camacho cigar I have smoked and again I’m impressed by its presentation.
The last Camacho I smoked was the Nicaraguan Barrel Aged Robusto, which was a great cigar. The Connecticut can be described as its quieter, calmer and more agreeable brother.
Lighting up instantly greets you with thick, rich smoke; the draw is light but with just enough resistance to provide endless clouds.
The main flavours are of leather and mild spice with a slight sweetness on the finish. These flavours stay constant from start to end.
I have to say there is not much going on with this cigar, but what it does, it does well. This cigar is strong but smooth; the best of both worlds.