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Camacho Corojo BXP

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. 


Size
Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Gordo (6.0"x60)
Box of 20 Only 4 Left $185.00
save $18.5010% off
$166.50
Gordo (6.0"x60)
Pack of 5 Backordered $46.25
save $2.756% off
$43.50
Robusto (5.0"x50)
Box of 20 In Stock $160.00
save $16.0010% off
$144.00
Robusto (5.0"x50)
Pack of 5 Backordered $40.00
save $2.005% off
$38.00
Toro (6.0"x50)
Box of 20 In Stock $165.00
save $16.5010% off
$148.50
Toro (6.0"x50)
Pack of 5 In Stock $41.25
save $2.255% off
$39.00
Overall Rating 3.33 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Great smoke
Great smoke
3 out of 5
Not what I was Expecting.
I used to love the Camacho Corojo when the Erioa family owned the company. It provided an extremely strong blast of pepper and leather all throughout. It certainly wasn't a refined cigar, but it was a cigar built for men who like them powerful and without compromise. Now that Davidoff owns Camacho, things are different, and the Camacho Corojo is no longer a powerful cigar. All that preamble aside, the Camacho Corojo does show some shades of it's former glory. It features a toned down profile of pepper and leather, with a touch of citrus bitterness to it it. Overall, it's a nice cigar -- refined and somewhat elegant -- just not as robust as it used to be.
2 out of 5
Just not the same
I keep trying the Camacho Corojo hoping that I’ll like them. But alas, Davidoff’s meddling in the blend has just ruined them for me. I miss the original Camacho’s Corojo’s kick in the face, unapologetic spice and huge volumes of smoke. Today’s Camacho is much more tame, showing a slightly spicy profile coupled with bitter lemon and leather. Not the same, but I gather good for an enthusiast looking for a medium bodied smoke with a fairly rounded profile.