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.
Related to the original Coyolar, the blend and vitolas for this re-release are the same. The difference comes in the way of the distinctive branding that makes Camacho Cigars jump off the shelf at your local brick & mortar shop. The new look for the Coyolar starts with revamped black bands, outfitting the cigars that are packaged in bold 25-count grey and black boxes featuring a beautifully distinct design of the aforementioned mountains.
“After several years of requests, there was no better time than now to bring back the original Coyolar. We stepped outside our traditional Honduran farms to revisit the special 15-acre plot of land where Coyolar was first born. The exclusive Criollo tobaccos harvested from this area give Coyolar’s ‘Single Farm Vintage’ blend its legendary intensity and bold character.” said Scott Kolesaire, Director of Marketing at Davidoff of Geneva USA.
The Camacho Coyolar will start to ship the week of April 23, 2018 and only in the United States. The Coyolar are produced at Diadema Cigars, the new Oettinger Davidoff Camacho facility, near Danli, Honduras. Each vitola in the line will be packaged in 25-count boxes.