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Camacho CigarsCamacho Cigar Company was founded in Miami in 1961 by Simon Camacho. After being exiled from Cuba, Simon persevered through the hardships of living and working on foreign soil, and successfully created a premium handmade cigar company that has enjoyed numerous high rankings. Camacho cigars come exclusively from the furtive Jamastran Valley of Honduras, and are renowned for their extra-flavorful blends. Their cigars are made with original Cuban Criollo and Authentic Corojo seed tobacco and have been hailed as “The Best Habano Outside of Cuba” by many cigar experts and connoisseurs.

Camacho Cigars then changed hands after the death of Simon Camacho to a family of Cuban tobacco growers named Eiroa. The family owned and operated company, Caribe Imported Cigars, acquired Camacho Cigars in 1995 and has taken the brand to new heights. With more than 100 years of tobacco growing history under their belt, The Eiroa’s continue to make new strides in the cigar industry and are now part of a larger highly acclaimed cigar group named Oettinger Davidoff Cigars.

Camacho Cigar Offerings Available:

Ultra Premium Lines: (Limited Editions)

Camacho Triple Maduro: This is this first all maduro cigars on the market. It has Maduro wrapper, binder, and fillers. Five different maduro varieties of Honduran tobacco make up this cigar and the blend exceeds expectations on flavor. This is a full bodied cigar, but not overpowering.

Camacho Diploma: Authentic Corojo tobacco takes the stage in this full-bodied smoke, rich in flavor.

Camacho Select: Having one of the best Cameroon wrappers on the market, this medium to full bodied cigar comes in five sizes.

Camacho Tenth Anniversary: Made to mark Camacho’s 10 years of growing Authentic Corojo tobacco. It has Corojo throughout in its wrapper, binder and filler.

Camacho Liberty 2007 Series: Created as a nod to the U.S.A. Its unique barber pole-like wrapper interchanges light Corojo leaf with dark Maduro Leaf.

Camacho Liberty 2009 Series: created by owner Christian Eiroa to outdo the 2005 Series that was hailed as best Liberty of the bunch.


Premium Lines: (Camacho’s Main Lines Produced in Larger Quantities)

Connecticut: Camacho created this line to satisfy their customers who enjoy a milder smoke. This is a mild to medium-bodied cigar with a filler blend consisting of Dominican and Honduran tobacco. Its Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper lends itself to a smooth smoking experience.

Corojo: According to Camacho, this is the only cigar in the world made of Authentic Corojo tobacco.

Coyolar: The Coyolar is a full bodied smoke that has enjoyed high praise for its exceptional flavor. Its binder, wrapper, and filler are all authentic Coyolar tobacco.

Havana: The Havana line uses authentic Corojo for its filler and binder with a Habana Criollo wrapper, all grown in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras. This is Camacho’s nod to the old-style Cuban cigars and is very similar in flavor.

Core Brands: (Brands that do not reflect the Camacho Name in the Series)

Baccarat the Game: This is a top seller due to its smooth nature and affordable price tag. It is a mild-bodied cigar that has a sweetened tip, excellent for beginners. Its filler is Jamastran Habano; the binder is Mexican Dulce, finishing with a Connecticut wrapper.

La Fontana Consigliere: Christian Eiroa dedicated this cigar to Salvatore Fontana, his mentor and “Consigliere”. This Godfather themed cigar is medium to full-bodied and the three sizes are appropriately named the Part I, II, and III.

LegendArio: This line is Honduran Puro and is medium-bodied.

Camacho Cigars signed a working partnership under the Bayer Food Chain Management program with Bayer CropScience on June 29, 2010. This new union has launched Camacho Cigars as the first and only tobacco company in history to be in compliance with the strict international standards for Food Manufacturing Practices and Good Agricultural Practices, which sets them apart.

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