Camacho is rolling out a third addition to its Master-Built Series, the Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged. Billed as “a brother from another barrel” this new cigar is described by Camacho as “fearlessly precise, powerfully complex and undeniably intense.”
“Bold and intense take on a new meaning with the master built Camacho Nicaragua Barrel-Aged,” said Charles Awad, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Oettinger Davidoff AG. “While many cigar makers try to imitate what Camacho did yesterday, our master builders continue to forge ahead and lead the pack through full frontal innovation. Live Loud in spirit, Live Loud in taste – the new Nicaragua Barrel-Aged hits on all cylinders for aficionados seeking high powered Nicaraguan blends.”
Dylan Austin, Vice President of Marketing at Davidoff of Geneva USA, commented further on this new release: “For this new project, we pulled no punches and left no room for compromise when it came to the taste experience. We began working with intense Nicaraguan-grown Corojo fillers, painstakingly aging them in extra-old Nicaraguan rum barrels for 5 months. To hit the mark, our master builders worked with the team at Flor de Caña in Nicaragua to hand select these barrels for optimal humidity, some of which had been filled with rum for 25 years. The result is a powerful new blend that invites aficionados around the globe to stare down the barrel of Nicaragua’s true spirit.”
Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged details:
Filler: Nicaragua, Honduras, Dominican Republic
Vitolas: Robusto (5 x 50), Robusto Tubos (5 x 50), Toro (6 x 50), Gordo (6 x 60)
The Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged is described as a complex, heady, multi-layered smoke with notes of wood, leather and nuts. The Habano Ecuador wrapper gives it a creaminess that brings out the intensity of the filler tobaccos. The new Camacho Barrel-Aged cigar will have an official U.S. launch date of Thursday, June 22, 2017. It will launch in European markets in 2018. This cigar is one of the Camacho products being produced at its new cigar factory in Danli, Honduras.
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