Later this month, Camacho will be shipping three new boxes of its American Barrel-Aged, only the cigars won’t be new.

The three figurados in the blend were originally offered in a sampler containing one of each of the vitolas. Now all three will be offered in their own 20-count boxes.

All three uses the American Barrel-Aged blend, centered around Honduran corojo that has been aged in bourbon barrels, which is found in the filler. It’s joined by U.S. broadleaf tobaccos as the wrapper, binder and in the filler—alongside another leaf of Pennsylvania maduro leaf.

Davidoff of Geneva USA will begin shipping the cigars on April 24. Unlike the rest of the Camacho portfolio, which is made in Honduras, American Barrel-Aged is produced at O.K. Cigars in the Dominican Republic.

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