Camacho kept things relatively clean at the 2019 IPCPR trade show, with Director of Marketing, Scott Kolesaire, showcasing three pillars of products.
Front and center is the Camacho Distillery Edition, which launches all three of the company’s core-line cigars (Corojo, Connecticut, Ecuador) with a new filler component: Corojo tobacco aged a minimum of six months in used bourbon barrels.
In the luxury/limited spectrum, Camacho showcased the Liberty 2012 Throwback and Camacho Special Selection Diploma Black. The Liberty Series returns to the Honduran Corojo puro blend from the series’ 2012 release, with 2,500 boxes debuting in tandem with Independence Day. Diploma Black, on the other hand, is the third and final release in the Special Selection Diploma series, showcasing the high-priming Honduran Corojo puro blend in a robusto size, boasting a maduro wrapper for the first time.
The company has taken a page from sister brand AVO Cigars’ playbook with Camacho BXP Tubos, offering the box-pressed cigars in an attractive tubo to match.