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Camacho Barrel Aged Nicaragua

The new Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged

Camacho introduced today, June 6th 2017, its third Master-Built release, Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged.

“Bold and intense take on a new meaning with the master built Camacho Nicaragua Barrel-Aged. While many cigar makers today 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 cyclinders for aficionados seeking high powered Nicaraguan blends,” said Charles Awad, Senior Vice President – Chief Marketing Officer at Oettinger Davidoff AG.

“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,” said Dylan Austin, Vice President of Marketing at Davidoff of Geneva USA.

To launch the new Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged, the brand will be hosting a series of in-store launch events across the US. For a full schedule of events, stay tuned to: facebook.com/camachocigars

Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged

Wrapper: Ecuador
Binder: Mexico
Filler: Nicaragua, Honduras, Dominican Republic
Sizes: Robusto 5 x 50; MSRP: USD 10.00
Robusto Tubos 5x 50; MSRP: USD 10.50
Toro 6 x 50; MSRP: USD 11.00
Gordo 6 x 60; MSRP: USD 12.00

Launch and Availability

The new Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged will be launching in the US on Thursday, June 22, 2017. Launch in Europe and across other global markets will take place in 2018. The cigars are produced at the new Camacho facility located on the outskirts of Danli, Honduras.


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