Our Score (4 / 5)


  • RH – 69%
  • MSRP – $12
  • Smoke Time – 1 Hour & 40 Minutes
  • Wrapper – Ecuadoran Havana 2000
  • Binder – Mexico Negrito San Andrés
  • Filler – Nicaraguan
  • Length – 6
  • Ring Gauge – 60

Initial Reactions and Appearance

The initial smells and the unlit draw scream of aged tobacco and cedar.

First Third

Camacho is known for their powerful sticks, so it’s nice to know that Camacho Nicaraguan Rum Barrel Aged holds up with its vintage tobacco flavors and smooth, tasty finish.

Second Third

The intensity of the Camacho Nicaraguan Rum Barrel Aged stick becomes even more apparent on the second third. As the second third progresses, the charred barrel finish appears, and there are some smooth, earthy notes on each puff.

Final Third

Creamy cedar notes join the earthiness and they all converge to create a flavor bomb that’s hard not to enjoy. These flavors make Camacho Nicaraguan Rum Barrel Aged a go-to cigar, but be wary of its intensity if you’re looking for a more subdued experience.

Would I Smoke Camacho Nicaraguan Rum Barrel Aged Again?

Yes. The construction and consistency of the stick, as well as the flavors, make it an enjoyable treat.

 

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