Camacho, an Oettinger Davidoff brand, announced the release of new box-pressed extensions built on the chassis of its three best-selling core lines. Available in three blends (Connecticut, Corojo and Ecuador), these will be delivered in Robusto, Toro and Gordo formats. A press release states that these box-pressed offerings have been fine tuned to deliver a bolder, more impactful taste experience.
As an added spin, Camacho’s master blenders have amplified each of the original core blends with the addition of American Broadleaf tobaccos grown in Pennsylvania.
“We are very excited to launch the new Camacho Box-Pressed (BXP) extensions,” said Dylan Austin, Vice President of Marketing for Davidoff of Geneva USA. “Broadleaf tobacco delivers a great intensity to these blends and we feel very lucky to get our hands on some high quality primings to build into this venture.”
The new Camacho Box-Pressed (BXP) are packed twenty cigars per box and will begin shipping in the US only on Monday, February 13th, 2017. The cigars are produced at Oettinger Davidoff’s new Camacho facility located on the outskirts of Danli, Honduras.
Suggested Retail (US): Between $8.00 – $9.25 per cigar (Robusto / 50×5 – $8.00, Toro / 50×6 – $8.25, Gordo / 60×6 – $9.25).