Camacho’s a name synonymous with potent, full-bodied cigars. When a cigar aficionado hears the name Camacho, they are immediately reminded of a rich aroma that can only be found in tobaccos grown at Ranchos Jamastran in Danli, Honduras. This region in Central America has ideal soil conditions, and a climate that rivals the coveted Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba. Camacho’s Connecticut, however, is a slight departure from the stereotypical full-flavored Camacho blends and it’s definitely a breath of fresh air.
Comprised of Honduran and Dominican tobaccos, the Connecticut-wrapped Camacho hits you with some spice right up front that is fitting of the Camacho name. But after the first quarter inch, the blend settles into a subtle, mellow blend ripe with notes of cedar, vanilla, with a hint of spice. '90' rated!