Archive for the ‘LegendArio’ Category


Friday, November 27th, 2009

The LegendArio is a brand of Camacho. I’d never heard of this cigar until browsing the humidor over at Tampa Humidor one day. There really isn’t anything more to be said about this cigar, so off to the review we go…


Wrapper: Honduras

Binder/filler: Honduras

Size: Toro 6 x 50

Price: Around $5.00


Pre-Smoke & Construction:

The dark wrapper had medium sized veins, but looked good. Squeezing the cigar revealed a soft spot or  two, but nothing of concern. The wrapper had a sweet woody smell, while the foot had a much milder odor of the same. The pre-light draw almost had no taste, just a sweet tobacco.

I had to do a few major burn corrections in the first two thirds. The ash held strong for just over an inch.



The first third opened with earthy notes. I detected a sweet spice when retro-haling. This concludes the flavor profile of the first third.


The second third had a sweet spice to it. An earthy and woody flavor filled the rest of the flavor profile.


The last third was the reason I didn’t call it quits on this review. The sweet spice became substantially richer in texture. It bordered on mocha. The smoke itself became thicker and coated the mouth nicely. Right behind that was the woody/earthy notes I mentioned in the previous thirds.



Overall this was an OK medium bodied cigar. Like I said, the last third was the best part. The first two thirds really did nothing for me. The flavors just lacked body and seemed thin and boring. I probably won’t be picking any more of these up, but I’d smoke one for free.

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