The Camacho Havana is the first blend released after Camacho moved its factories to Honduras. This particular batch, currently in
Cigar.com Aging Room, was produced in 1999 and is presented in a true connoisseur's size, 5.5 x 42. With over 8 years of slow aging. With the onset of the boom this type of cigar became almost forgotten. Until now.
The Havana line mellows the Corojo blend with the use a a Criollo wrapper. Criollo means native in Spanish, and the wrapper tobacco is also grown by the Eiroa family in the fertile Jamastran Valley.
Camacho Havana has not been in production for several years now and is considered a real find for all die hard Camacho fans.
Camacho is arguably one of the best boutique brands in the business. Their
production is large enough to keep up with demand, but small enough to give each
cigar the careful attention it deserves during the rolling process. Camacho
Various brand samplers
contain cigars for you to try or give as gifts! If you are looking for some new
cigars to try, or need some cigars to take to a holiday get-together but you do
not want an entire box, these cigar samplers are for you.