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Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo


Whether you’re a fan of Corojo tobaccos or just looking for a flavorful, satisfying cigar, I advise securing an order of these handmades pronto. Called Triple Corojo because it’s 100% Corojo - wrapper, binder, and fillers. The result is a firecracker of a smoke booming with chewy, rich, hearty flavors. A smooth, feisty bouquet of earthy flavors and ample spice. Full-bodied.

Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Churchill (7.0"x50)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $124.00 $54.99
Churchill (7.0"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $18.00
Gordo (6.0"x60)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $150.00 $59.99
Gordo (6.0"x60)
5-PACK In Stock $19.00
Robusto (5.5"x50)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $100.00 $49.99
Robusto (5.5"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $16.00
Toro (6.0"x50)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $115.00 $54.99
Toro (6.0"x50)
5-PACK In Stock $17.00
Torpedo (6.5"x54)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $130.00 $54.99
Torpedo (6.5"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $18.00

Customer Reviews of “Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo”

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I am not a cigar expert,but i know waht I like . I buy several types,brands ,etc. i bought these last week (Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo) and let me tell you .I have never had a better cigar.These are top od the pile.These are very tasty,a little strong but a very nice taste.You can not beat this cigar at any price .Now they are discounted so If you have not tried this ,please do ,and i bet you will BUY another box.I know I am.
I've always said that I have never smoked a Corojo cigar that I didn't like. The Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo does exactly that, triples the enjoyment of that great Corojo experience. I am smoking one right now and enjoying it as much as any cigar I have ever smoked. I strongly recommend this cigar to anyone who loves Corojo tobacco.
Really loved these cigars. Nothing to complain about. 2 big thumbs up !!
You guys at CI did it again! The .440 Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo have got to be one of the best buys you have had. These little smokes are FANTASTIC! Even burn and nice smooth draw. If you haven't noticed, I'm a small cigar smoker and these have to be one of the BEST. Thanks again for another great deal! Keep this up and you will have a another life long customer! (and I'm sure I'm not going to be the last one, either!)
This cigar is SIMPLY AMAZING, PROLLY my BEST PURCHASE so far! Ofcourse there is NOT ONE of Victor Sinclair's products I abhor! I ordered the triple corojo churchhill size. The cosmetic design was nice with a cute lil box, but F*** that I wanna a OUTSTANDING smoke! I am counting every single dime B4 I place a order! The cigar burns even and I MUST emphasize the TASTE! The flavor was pretty SPICY and if you thought Victor Sinclair's "Cuban Corojo" was good, then I suggest you QUIT READING and just ORDER a box of Triple Corojo! *THIS IS NOT A CIGAR FOR THE PEOPLE THAT LIKE MILD*
What a great thing, to be a cigar smoker these days. There are so many excellent cigars available at CI. Yeah, it can be tough to pick. That, my friends, is where I can help you out right now. I bought a brick of the Victor Sinclair .440 Mini-Corona on a CI special. Bear in mind, this is a brand I had not even considered trying before. I have tried many small cigars (certainly not all of them) ranging from the Villigers and Don Lino Habanitas to the CAO Cameroon and Cohibas. This Victor Sinclair smoke is the tastiest litlle cigar I have tried to date. (I have not yet tried the 5 Vegas Shorty.) I did not think I could find a small cigar that offered this much satisfaction in a 20-minute smoke. These cigars pack a rich, medium-bodied, zesty flavor in a small package. Incredibly nice.
In my opinion, Dominican smokes are generally weak and "papery" tasting with an airy mouth-feel. They are beginner cigars. I turned my back on Victor Sinclair (and Dominican tobacco altogether) several years ago, as I moved into Nicaraguan and Honduran cigars primarily seeking more strength and flavor. I smoke my share of A.J., Rocky, Pepin, Perdomo, Oliva etc., and loved many of them. But I realized I really didn't want the strength of some of those blends, and the ol' pocketbook was taking a hit. So where does a man turn when he wants an affordable, flavorful corojo wrapped cigar that BURNS WELL and doesn't knock you to the canvas? I guess the reviews made me consider Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo. But my expectations were low, after all, this was 100% Dominican and I was thinking it would be another bland stick. Boy was I dead wrong. Triple Corojo is a solid medium bodied yet full flavored smoke that will always satisfy despite never blowing your mind. By far, the best bang for your buck Corojo on the market (boxed or bundled). This is a Dominican standout that tastes like a Nicaraguan or Honduran. Think for a minute how hard a feat that is to accomplish (I tip my hat to you Jose Dominguez). Triple Corojo has given me confidence enough to try some other stuff Victor Sinclair puts out.
Hey guys, Because of the current weekly deal on the VS Triple Corojo 6x60s, I wanted to give them a try again before buying more ... I pulled a torpedo that had been aging in the humidor for quite some time (maybe up to a year). I was really pleasantly surprised, I really enjoyed that stick ... more complex in the flavors than I remember ... light around the edges, stronger in the core, it kept my interest ... the draw was just right, and it burned evenly, down close to the label, where it needed a major correction (might have been my fault for not paying attention while on a long distance phone call). All in all, it was a very good cigar ( I tend to like the torpedos which have a decent length and larger -54- ring gauge) ... I don't know if the 6x60's have the exact same composition of tobaccos, whether anything has changed in the blend from the time I bought mine to the present ... but if it's the same or even better, it's a no brainer ... definitely worth the money ... very fine cigar (espec. with a good quality sipping scotch on the rocks).
The VS Triple Corojo is not the best looking cigar, it’s somewhat rustic looking, but the stick is rich, incredibly aromatic, it leaves a long after taste (which I enjoy), burns fairly even; I had to touch it up once. I can’t emphasize the aroma enough; it had a kind of perfumy bouquet, the amount of smoke was perfect. The wrapper is thick and leathery to the touch. The flavor was very spicy, full flavor, med-full strength. A must try, if you like Corojo cigars, like I do.
Good cigar,very enjoyable and consistant. In fact the entire Victor Sinclair line are all good smokes, and I've tried them all. In my estimation the Victor Sinclair line represents great value. Have not had a bad one yet....Great job.
Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo Robust were amazing especially for $40. Consistent every time so if you didn't like the first you probably won't like the second. Smooth taste and easy to smoke even at 6am with a cup of coffee. Highly recommended.
Bought some of these in a Daily Deal a few weeks back and am glad I did. Nice firm stick with a nut-brown color. Smoke was pleasant and plentiful and the burn was straight enough. I hardly ever smoke a cigar down past the band because I find most get somewhat bitter. I smoked this 'til I couldn't hold onto it anymore; a really pleasurable hour or so. I am delighted with the quality for the price; even without the deal they would be a bargain. In my opinion these are more a medium-full rather than full like advertised.
Not an overly complex cigar, I had a hand full of these at various vitolas, and all seem to burn and taste similar. They all seem to start out with a lot of flavor with nice nutty and creamy quality and light smoke. The torpedo seems to burst with initial flavors, but all eventually get blanketed with a strong peppery finish, great if that's what you're into, but I require a bit more flavor throughout. But this is a great stick for it's price. VS has become a frequent repeat throughout my experience.
I smoked a box of these. Very tasty, love the corojo tobacco and these smokes were well made. I am making these a regular in my humidor.
I was disappointed by this smoke. The construction was decent and it burned fairly evenly but the taste was somewhat bitter even after being in my humidor for several months. Not for me.
I like the corojo wrapper so I had to try these. Fancy looking box. Burn was good, flavor was O.K, but nothing special. I guess I was expecting more from them. I still have a few in the humi, I'll give them some more time...
Had one of these out of a Victor Sinclair sampler. Just added it to my favorites. I think though I will get the 60's next time, it seems like the perfect tobacco for a big cigar. Constant cool burn right down past the wrapper (not many make it that far for me). Nice mild to med flavors that mix well all the way down. Hints of cedar and spices. Not a 'wow 'factor, but a consistant relaxing enjoyable smoke.
I bought the cigarillo version of these that came in tins of 8 a few years back, and have been waiting for the opportunity to try the full sized version. Delicious, consistent, great construction, and no shortage of corojo flavor. They get better with age and always surprise me whenever I pull one out of the box
Just wanted to give my thoughts on this cigar. It was noted to be a full bodied cigar: however I felt it was more of a mild to medium bodied. The flavor was great and sweet,it burned pure white and drew very well,but the strength was not there,to me. I know everyone's taste is different:however if your looking for a real full bodied cigar I can not recommend this one. This cigar should be labled mild to medium.
Perhaps the best cigar for under $3.00 sold on Cigars International. This cigar breaths and allows for the easiest draw for the money and erupts mountains of flavorful smoke. The cigar burns for well over an hour and is requested by my friends as it is becoming their cigar of choice as well as mine. Honestly, there is not another cigar like this one for the money and if you enjoys some bite with your smoke, this baby is for you! However, if you do not wih to purchase them, don't worry, I will. (Note: I truly only like the 6 X 60, the others are just not the same).
Very nice cigar. Tastes great, smells great. I would really like them if I could keep it lit. Tunneled like crazy and for the most part looked like a profile of my big toe......constant touch ups with all of them.
Smoked until the last 3/4 inch....will buy more.
Truly enjoyed this Corojo. Less than full, however flavorful. Would buy again and recommend to a friend. Yeah CI!
well i am a new cigar smoker and i knew right away i was a corojo fan after sampling Rockey Pattels R4. then i found these babes. by far the most corojo flavor ive had. good job VS!
I am a casual smoker and bought the VS Sampler pack when it was on sale. As I was going through the sampler I happened upon the Triple Corojo and let me tell you, I stopped at this one. The burn is even, the flavor is perfect for my taste, even at the end when you expect it to be more bitter, it's still pretty smooth. Cant wait for my next delivery!!
Great cigar after work. Kick back and enjoy it with a Bud Lite or three.
I got these to go along with an order on cigarbid and man was I surprised. I bought them to give to my buddies when they "forgot one". I tried one for the hell of it and it ended up surprising me. Great burn, excellent flavor. The draw was perfect and they were cheap. What else do you want? I ended up keeping them for myself and I love them. Makes me want to try more from Victor Sinclair.
Been a cigar smoker for many years.... IMO, the VS Triple Corojo is definitely one of the best hidden gems in the sub $3 category. It's not a stick that goes through many transitions as it's smoked, but the profile is plenty tasty enough that you don't mind. Goes great with a glass of real southern sweet tea on a summer afternoon.....
Holy hot damn what a spicy cigar! Love the body. Smooth and tangy. The after taste is a spicy Latina dancing on your pallet. 8/10 Rating. Damn, what a cigar!
Big flavor right from the start, then a less than stunning finish. I personally enjoyed the big spice this cigar began with and just couldn't believe the lackluster finish. With a little conditioning, I hope to bring my remaining few back to life.
This is my first venture into Victor Sinclair, but will not be my last. I have smoked cigars for 40 years and I have to say this Triple Corojo I would rate as one of my top 10!
Very nice! Smoked one today after only 3 days in my humid. Only one word: GREAT!
Just delivered this morning. Draw is a little tight. Hopefully this will improve once they spend some time in the humidor. Great taste.
Mm Mm Good! My new favorite! I returned to smoking cigars a few months ago after a 20 year hiatus. I've recently tried many different manufacturers, recently tried another ... Corojo to learn there is nothing Corojo about them. These are hands down the best value for the money out there. Thank you C.I. Since my first purchase 3 weeks ago, I've ordered two more boxes, had a friend stop at C.I. and grabbed me two more boxes. My humidors are filled with Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo love. I'll be back this week for another box. These cigars are rolled to perfection, burn evenly, and soo enjoyable. I look forward to enjoying each stick.
This is easily one of the best sub $3.00-per-stick cigars on the market. Flavorful but not overpowering. You'll love the VS Triple Corojo construction from start to finish. They do better after some time in the humidor -smoking one right off the truck tends to lead to uneven burn- at which point they could go toe-to-toe with any other more expensive corojo sticks on the market. I actually have buddies that come over and ask for "A Triple-C, please!" instead of the Romeos, Macanudos, Cohibas, and Partagas that they know I also have. Well done, Jose Dominguez, and CI for making sure the prices on these keep them in my humidor without batting an eye.

Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo

Steve R

Christmas is now an afterhought, and my AMEX practically burned a whole through my wallet, so I decided to be a little more economical with my final purchase of 2007. I decided to pick up a new, full(er)-bodied cigar by Victor Sinclair which will likely catch on among Corojo fans. Partly because of the price, but mostly because of the flavor.

I’ve long been a fan of Corojo wrappers...especially those sporting a thick, toothy texture with a deep, reddish hue. It’s eye candy, no doubt, and I am sold every time. Fortunately, 9 times outta 10 the cigar delivers. Such is the case with Victor Sinclair’s Corojo-wrapped cigars. Take, for example, the Bohemian Corojo or Serie ‘55’ Corojo. Both are well made, and coated with a dark, alluring leaf blushing with a deep, rosy sheen. I’ve always enjoyed these blends, so the Triple Corojo was a must-try. After all, it uses this leaf...and only this leaf.

The Victor Sinclair Triple Corojo utilizes only Dominican-based Corojo tobaccos grown only from Cuban seeds. No joke...every leaf in this cigar is Corojo. One might think this would lead to a one dimensional smoke built strictly on power. But, upon lighting, it’s easy to see just how good Jose Dominguez is at blending tobaccos. Look, I’m not saying Jose is the next Don Alejandro, but the guy’s got some talent, and his Corojo leaves are some of the tastiest and prettiest I’ve found yet.

The cigar is rolled solid from head to toe, while the wrapper is thick and toothy, with some heavy veins. Look closely, and don’t be surprised if you see some crystals surfacing. The first few smoked-filled puffs are a bit dry, with a charcoal-like finish. A dash of pepper hits the back of the palate, while strong spices dominate the nose. Shortly after, the dryness goes away and I begin to taste the chewy, oaky core, which has a slight (and surprising) sweetness on the afteraste. An inch in, you’ll grow some respect for the strength of this cigar, so take your time and enjoy the flavors. The cigar offers a hearty spice throughout that never overwhelms the palate, in addition to ample earthy undertones during the final half. The aroma is robust and fills the room with the scents of toasted wood and charcoal. The ash burns dark and firm for a good inch each time. Despite the strength and spiciness of the cigar, it remains smooth down to the final inch, which promotes a feisty finale filled with pepper and earth.

The Triple Corojo from Victor Sinclair is a reasonable, every day cigar that’s both tasty and satisfying. Give it a shot. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the results.