Whiskey has taken over the cigar world, and the industry’s top brands are finding new and unique ways to incorporate that sweet, liquid corn into their tobaccos. Camacho appears to be the first to really nail the concept, using nearly 100% american tobaccos and aging their prized Corojo (Honduran) leafs in bourbon barrels for around 5 months.
The cigars don’t taste infused, which is an immediate turn-off to hardcore fans. Instead, you’ll find just a hint of bourbon sweetness and a charred oak-like body to offer full and enjoyable flavors throughout.
- Wrapper: American Broadleaf
- Binder: American Broadleaf
- Filler: American Broadleaf, Pennsylvania Maduro, Barrel-aged Corojo
- Factory: Occidental Cigars (Dominican Republic)
- Production: Small batch/Regular release
- Packaging: 20-ct boxes
- Price: $9.50 – $11.50