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Camacho Nicaragua
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#1 Posted:
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Camacho Nicaragua.

Anyone smoke it it?

Not the barrel aged one that's been around for a while, the recent one that got a 94 rating...

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#2 Posted:
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94? it's gotta be good, right?
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#3 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
94? it's gotta be good, right?

Please see my "high rated cigars that suck" thread!
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#4 Posted:
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It's a new trend to use Nicaragua as many smokers enjoy cigars from there. As you know ratings are not the best way to judge a cigar.
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#5 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
It's a new trend to use Nicaragua as many smokers enjoy cigars from there. As you know ratings are not the best way to judge a cigar.

Hence why I started this thread....
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#6 Posted:
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The 5" x 52 Robusto is a very good smoke! Pinch it here often for $3 per, often less.
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#7 Posted:
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Cigars that use Nicaraguan tobacco are my favorite. (Cubans, sure, but that would be 1a and 1b for me. I'm a maduro fan so Cubans fall to 1b). I also like a select few with Honduran and Dominican tobacco but if I could only pick one country for a puro, it would be Nicaragua.

Oliva, Padron, JdN, AJ Fernandez, Perdomo (less now than a while back), Drew Estate (no flavors or stupid $hit thou), CAO (back before they sold out and cashed in).

Back on topic: I've not tried the Camacho Nicaragua. The mother-ship says its a blend of Nicaragua, Honduras, Dominican tobacco. Kinda hits all of the countries that I mentioned above. Might have to see if I can snag a 5er on auction.
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#8 Posted:
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24132413 wrote:
The 5" x 52 Robusto is a very good smoke! Pinch it here often for $3 per, often less.

This one Numbers?

https://www.cigarsintern...caragua-cigars/2032862/


I see the barrel aged ones a lot but these are not those.

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#9 Posted:
Joined: 01-25-2017
Posts: 540
I enjoyed the big C. Nic. 7" x 56 Churchill.
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