Cigar Smokedown | Barrel-Aged Broadleafs

Barrel-aged cigars are going in popularity like crazy… but they’re not all created equal. Some are better than others, which is exactly what we will get to the bottom of in this video. Join me as the Diesel Whiskey Row Sherry Cask and Camacho American Barrel Aged blends battle to see which has more to offer.

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  1. Just had the Camacho last night actually and i really enjoyed it. Now im gonna have to try the Sherry Cask to compare. I was immediately drawn to the Camacho at my local cigar lounge due to its wrap and banding. The burn was really nice but as you pointed out the ash didnt hold character very long. The draw did tend to feel pretty warm towards the final 3rd. I fell that its flavor consistency was overall good. This will be a stick that i will purchase again.

  2. I have smoked the Diesel Sherry Cask, a couple of times now, and I really enjoy it! The burn has given me small issues, but other than that it has been a great stick both the flavor and the aroma are great. I will have to try the Camacho soon. In my opinion Camacho is always and very bold stick.