Camacho has formally announced release of an extension to three of its lines, BXP.

The company is launching two new box-pressed sizes in three of its existing lines: Connecticut, Corojo and Ecuador. All three lines will have three new sizes Robusto (5 x 50, $8), Toro (6 x 50, $8.25) and Gordo (6 x 60, $9.25).

“We are very excited to launch the new Camacho Box-Pressed (BXP) extensions of our highly-rated and top-selling core lines,” said Dylan Austin, vp of marketing for Davidoff of Geneva USA, in a press release. “Our bold, everyday smokes have been a staple in the humidors of aficionados for many years. Reimagining these winning blends has been quite a journey and we are thrilled by the bold taste experiences our master builders have managed to deliver. Broadleaf tobacco delivers a great intensity to these blends and we feel very lucky to get our hands on some high quality primings to build into this venture.”

Camacho tweaked the existing blends by adding Pennsylvania broadleaf tobacco to the fillers of each blend.

The company will continue its successful event program with George Rami visiting stores for launch events for the cigars.

Camacho BXP will begin formally shipping in the U.S. on Feb. 13.

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