The new Camacho Nicaragua will head to stores next week.

Davidoff of Geneva USA has announced that it will begin shipping the Camacho Nicaragua next week. The blend is actually a combination of tobaccos from four different countries. The wrapper is from Ecuador, the binder from Honduras and the fillers are from the Dominican Republic, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

  • Camacho Nicaragua Robusto (5 x 52) — $8.60 (Box of 20, $172)
  • Camacho Nicaragua Toro (6 x 50) — $8.80 (Box of 20, $176)
  • Camacho Nicaragua Gran Churchill (7 x 56) — $9.50 (Box of 20, $190)

“Camacho Nicaragua is for the cigar smoker who seeks distinctive Nicaragua flavor,” said Lana Fraser, head of marketing for Davidoff Americas, in a press release. “This series was created to add depth to our Camacho Core portfolio to appeal to a wider-range of consumers’ tastes. Although bold, the blend is balanced and remarkably flavourful. In addition to Nicaraguan tobacco, tobacco from Ecuador, Honduras and Dominican Republic are also found in this blend adding depth and character.”

The cigars are made at Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A., the Honduran factory that produces most Camacho lines.

Charlie Minato

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