Four well-aged tobaccos + three countries of origin = one-of-a-kind handmade.
One puff and you’ll see that my math for this one is spot on. Camacho Blackout Limited Edition is simply better than the rest, starting with a 2006 Honduran wrapper that’s ultra-dark and blemish-free. Under this cloak of darkness, a four-year-aged Nicaraguan binder and long-fillers from Honduras, Nicaragua, and Brazil from as far back as 2003.
Each tobacco leaf is hand-selected from the top two thirds of the plant, ensuring a flavor-packed experience from start to finish. Oh, and these tobaccos are aged using a method called press-fermentation, which involves adding weight to the pilones, thus generating more heat. In short, it’s a lot more intense, and allows those enticing flavors to make their way to the surface. After rolling, each cigar is aged an additional two years. Vintage. Unique. Flavor-packed. Limited edition, and poised to sell out. That’s Camacho Blackout all day long.