Davidoff announces a new line in its Camacho brand, the Camacho Nicaragua, which it describes as “filled with spicy, earthy and oaky flavors” that portray the region’s soil.
“This series was created to add depth to our Camacho Core portfolio to appeal to a wider-range of consumers’ tastes,” Lana Fraser, head of marketing for Davidoff Americas, said in a press release. “Camacho Nicaragua is for the cigar smoker who seeks distinctive Nicaragua flavor.”
In addition to the Nicaraguan filler, the cigar uses leaves from Honduras and the Dominican Republic, a Honduran binder and a wrapper from Ecuador. It comes in a Robusto 5 x 52, a Toro 6 x 50 and a Churchill 7 x 56. It is priced from $8.60 to $9.50, with boxes of 20 from $172 to $190, and ships July 20.