Shortly after Camacho's industry-disrupting rebrand in 2013, the brand re-launched the Camacho Corojo Maduro cigar as a dark-wrapped compliment to their headlining Camacho Corojo cigar.
Like the standard Corojo, the Camacho Corojo Maduro cigar boasts the company's signature Honduran-grown "Authentic Corojo" tobacco throughout the recipe. This leaf takes its name from the fact that it is grown from the original Cuban Corojo strain that gave way to the glory days of Cuban cigars throughout the 1940s to 1960s (differing from the hybridized Corojo seen on virtually all other Corojo cigars in today's market).
With the Camacho Corojo Maduro cigar, the blend is built from three primings of Honduran Corojo throughout the filler, a Honduran Corojo binder, and the cigar's signature Honduran Corojo maduro wrapper, which is harvested from the fifth priming of the tobacco plant.
What does the Camacho Corojo Maduro cigar taste like?
The Camacho Corojo Maduro cigar is rich in flavor and medium-full in body, boasting hearty characteristics of earth, black pepper, cocoa, and classic leather.