In the modern cigar scene, the mentality of "what's new is best" has a tendency to dominate cigar smokers' preferences. Of course, logically, this can't be; yes, new may be more <em>exciting</em>, but not necessarily better. Camacho embraced this predicament head on in 2017 with the introduction of the Camacho BXP Series—a familiar yet fresh take on the company's best-selling cigar lines.
Camacho Corojo BXP is one of three BXP cigars, joined by the Camacho Connecticut BXP and Camacho Ecuador BXP. The name represents "Box-Pressed," showcasing each blend in a range of box-pressed sizes for the first time. But that's not all—to send the concept over the top, Camacho tweaked each cigar's filler blend with Pennsylvania Broadleaf tobacco not found in the traditional cigar blends. The Camacho Corojo BXP therefore boasts Honduran Original Corojo throughout the wrapper, binder, and filler, with the Broadleaf addition boosting the overall experience with added grit and body.
Camacho Corojo BXP is therefore medium-to-full in body, opening up with flavors of pepper spice, earth, and cedar—later evolving to include hearty components of caramel, sweet molasses, and zesty red pepper flakes.