Camacho Triple Maduro Review

A triple cigar is a treat for a fan of specific, dark, and strong flavors. In the case of Maduro, having it as a filler, binder, and wrapper is a roll of a cigar to keep. Triple Maduro Robusto by Camacho is astounding in this aspect.

According to Camacho, the famous craftsman, Christian Eiroa, tested around 84 flavors in finding the profile he needed for this cigar. He spent nine months developing the flavor profile of the Triple Maduro Robusto.

After finding the right recipe, these cigars were curated, harvested, and hand-rolled in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras. Until today, the level of excellence in making this cigar keeps Maduro a fan favorite. This cigar is one of a kind, with its spicy sweetness found in the cigar blend at just the right balance.

This Camacho Triple Maduro Robusto review will help you decide on this cigar. If you are a fan of Maduro cigars, this review of the Camacho Triple Maduro Robusto will help you decide if a triple flavor is for you.

Camacho Triple Maduro
Wrapper Origin: HondurasShape: Robusto
Length: 5Ring: 50
Wrapper: San Andres MaduroList Price: $214 (Box of 24)
Origin: HondurasStrength: Full

Appearance of Camacho Triple Maduro

The box of the cigar is even black, with the stamp of Camacho’s logo on top. Inside, the Camacho Triple Maduro Robusto stands out with a glitzy black and glistening silver band. The Camacho slogan, ‘Built Bold’, is noticeable above the name ‘Triple Maduro’. The foot band is also silver and black with a sharp, exquisite touch.

The wrapper is an oily, classic Maduro. The triple Maduro wrapper of this cigar is showing through with its vintage, dark color.

Smoking Experience

The cold draw of the cigar has no strong, noticeable scent. It seems that the strength of the cigar is in its actual smoke rather than its aroma. The burn is quite uneven upon burning until the first thirds. The ash is also flaky at first.

The flavors in the first third are peppery, with hints of cocoa and woody tastes. The fruit notes have not yet shown but have quite a subtle effect. There is also a slight creaminess that blends well with the flavors.

In the second third, the fruity notes are more obvious. It goes with the deeper, sweeter, cocoa notes. The peppery hints are getting lighter, while the fruity flavors appear to taste like plum. There is also raisin-flavored fruitiness, which complements the peppery recession in the draw. This cigar is full-body and strength. Without any floral or citrusy flavors, the sweetness is quite thick and works well with the fullness of the cigar flavor that is starting to pick up. The finish is full and sweet with cocoa and woody notes.

The final third is a repeat of the flavor profile of the second thirds with more spice. The ash is not perfect in the end, yet the construction held up well. The smoke output was excellent—more like a chimney. The draw, meanwhile, was smooth throughout. An hour of smoking the Triple Maduro Robusto is an hour of concentration and solid smoking time.


Camacho Triple Maduro in Hand

The Camacho Triple Maduro Robusto is a well-made cigar for enthusiasts of deep, strong flavors. If you are a fan of medium-strength cigars, trying this cigar once in a while is an occasional treat. Having a full-strength and full-bodied cigar like Triple Maduro Robusto in your humidor can keep your options broad on a sunny weekend. Pair it up with some cold beer for a relaxing morning or afternoon cigar. I give it a 90.

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Maria Morales

Maria Morales