First announced in February, Camacho has now revealed additional information on the Camacho Nicaragua—the brand’s latest addition to their core lineup.
Camacho Nicaragua is named for the fiery qualities of the Nicaraguan tobacco contained within the cigar’s filler blend, continuing Camacho’s focus on bold smoking profiles. This leaf is joined by Honduran and Dominican leaves, as well as a Honduran binder and an Ecuadorian wrapper.
Camacho Nicaragua is a distinctly complex blend that makes for a bold and unforgettable taste experience. The blend is well-balanced and filled with spicy, earthy and oaky flavours that define tobacco from this region, complemented by notes of pepper in the retrohale and a subtle sweetness. A smoke that delivers full-frontal, all-out flavour that rewards you at every draw.
Camacho Nicaragua follows the packaging standards first established in 2013 with the brand’s refreshed persona, joining the Camacho Corojo, Criollo, Connecticut, and Ecuador. With each of these lines differentiating themselves with vibrant color schemes, the Nicaragua features a burnt orange look. The cigars are rolled in three sizes at Camacho’s Diadema Cigars de Honduras factory in Danlí, Honduras, with prices ranging from $8.60 to $9.50 per cigar MSRP.
A release date has been set for July 20th to retailers across the U.S.
Camacho Nicaragua Breakdown
- Wrapper: Ecuador
- Binder: Honduras
- Filler: Honduras | Nicaragua | Dominican Republic
- Factory: Diadema Cigars de Honduras, S.A. (Honduras)
- Production: Regular Production
- Packaging: 20-ct Boxes
- Vitolas: 3
- Price: $8.60–$9.50 (MSRP)
- Release: July 20, 2020
- Robusto: 5″ x 52 | $8.60
- Toro: 6″ x 50 | $8.80
- Churchill: 7″ x 56 | $9.50