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Cigar News: Camacho Introduces New Barrel-Aged Promotion

Camacho, a popular brand of bold cigars, will be launching a Bourbon vs. Rum Throwdown. Having first released the Camacho American Barrel-Aged, using the Original Corojo tobacco aged in Kentucky Bourbon barrels, followed by the Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged, using Esteli-grown Corojo aged in some of the world’s oldest Nicaraguan Rum barrels.  Camacho will now challenge their fans to pick a side: Bourbon vs. Rum.

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Cigar News: Camacho Coyolar Returns

Camacho Cigars will reintroduce the Coyolar.  The Coyolar is built around tobaccos from the volcanic soils of a small farm at the base of the mountains immediately bordering Nicaragua and Honduras.  This mineral-rich soil imparts a unique color, texture, and flavor intensity to the tobacco.  The Coyolar is a Honduran Puro and one of Camacho’s most respected cigar blends.

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Top 25 Cigars of the Year – 2017

Each of our panelists were given 10 votes to towards our top 25. Order mattered on their votes as their #1 vote is worth twice as much as their #10. Our list is made up of cigars that had a wide release this year. The cigars that are eligible do not have to have been reviewed on Blind Man’s Puff, but the reviewer must have smoke it at some point to vote for it.

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Cigar News: Camacho Announces the Return of Camp Camacho

PINELLAS PARK, FL (Thursday, November 16, 2017) –– Camacho, the world’s leading brand of
bold cigars, is proud to announce the return of Camp Camacho after a near ten-year hiatus. From February to April 2018, Camacho will open the doors of their new manufacturing facility and guest house to aficionados from across the globe for a refreshed and intense new Camp Camacho experience.

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Blind Cigar Review: Camacho | Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged Toro Score 88%

Blind Cigar Review: Camacho | Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged Toro

“I don’t always reach for the cigar with the herb and spice notes, however this one was very enjoyable. The flavors stayed away from an overwhelming spice flavor, and just teased the palate with welcomed flavors. Overall this was a great smoke that will be enjoyed again after the reveal. The strength allows this cigar to be enjoyed by the novice and the connoisseur. ” -Adam B. (Bushboy)

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Cigar News: Camacho Re-Releases Diploma

PINELLAS PARK, FL (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2017) –– Camacho, the world’s leading brand of bold cigars, is proud to announce the relaunch of the original Camacho Diploma. Bold from the ground up, the Camacho Diploma Special Selection is a full live loud experience of unparalleled flavor and intensity.

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Blind Cigar Review: Camacho | Imperial Stout Barrel-Aged Score 91%

Blind Cigar Review: Camacho | Imperial Stout Barrel-Aged

“I enjoyed this cigar very much. The woody and nutty flavors were fantastic and the performance showed off the high quality tobacco and expertise of the roller. The nice white ash was a great contrast to the dark wrapper and looked fantastic while smoking. I will pick up a few more of these in the future. Definitely recommend trying this cigar if you like a full flavored smoke with a good transition from start to finish. ” -Adam B. (Bushboy)

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Cigar News: Camacho Introduces 2017 Camacho Liberty

PINELLAS PARK, FL (JUNE 19, 2017) –– Camacho, the world’s leading brand of bold cigars, is proud to introduce the new 2017 Camacho Liberty, celebrating “Fifteen Years Strong” for the long-standing special edition series. The Camacho Liberty, starting with its inaugural release back in 2002, has become a staple each year for collectors and aficionados of bold, full-frontal cigars. Since its inception, this yearly special edition has launched just ahead of the 4th of July holiday and is a celebratory smoke built to honor the birth of the United States. The crafting of each Liberty cigar begins 12 months before the tobacco hits the rolling table, with the final selection drawn from the best concept blends developed over that previous year. The cigars are then rolled and left to sit for more than 6 months.

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