In 2017, Camacho Cigars introduced a fresh take on the three most popular cigars in their core lineup: Camacho Connecticut, Corojo, and Ecuador. The update was dubbed BXP, introducing box-pressed shapes for each blend in the collection. But where many would be content with such a tweak, Camacho wasn't finished. Sending the theme over the top, Camacho boosted each blend with the added inclusion of Pennsylvania Broadleaf tobacco within the filler recipe.
The Camacho Ecuador BXP cigar is naturally based upon the hit Camacho Ecuador release from 2014. The cigar is named for its wrapper, using a smooth Ecuadorian Habano 2000 leaf. With the Camacho Ecuador BXP cigar, this wrapper conceals a Brazilian Mata Fina binder and fillers of Honduran Corojo, Honduran Criollo ligero, Dominican Pelo de Oro, and Pennsylvania Broadleaf. This blend is reminiscent of the original, adding a box-press shape to give a more comfortable feel and offer a cooler smoking temperature. Additionally, the experience is amplified in body and flavor output.
What does the Camacho Ecuador BXP cigar cigar taste like?
The Camacho Ecuador BXP cigar is medium-full in body and full in flavor, boasting standout characteristics of zesty black pepper, citrus, smooth caramel, and bright pour-over coffee.