|Shapes||Gordo, Robusto, Toro|
What’s old is new again.
Camacho has long been known for changing up the game. Their first innovation? Recreating Cuban growing conditions on non-Cuban soils. That smooth, bold flavor profile provided by their Cuban-esque tobaccos is what made the original Camacho blends so popular. And now, they’ve pushed the envelope again by box-pressing their most popular selections. Enter Camacho Corojo BXP: a bolder, edgier take on the 90-rated classic.
An everyday treasure that’s crafted with the true aficionado in mind. Made with a super high-grade, fifth priming Corojo wrapper leaf, this cigar impresses from the first glance. The blend here is the same as the OG Corojo, with a slight addition of Broadleaf in the filler toabccos, plus the addition of the soft-pressing, of course. Sweet wood, cedar, walnuts, leather, and a nice hit of black pepper coat the palate on every puff down to the cool nub.