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Cigar News: New Camacho Broadleaf Cigars Mean “Big Leaf, Big Smoke”
Oversized Honduran Broadleaf Wrapper is a Distinctive Feature
BASEL, SWITZERLAND – Camacho Cigars has announced a new line to its portfolio: Camacho Broadleaf. Calling it “a bigger and bolder smoke,” the company adds that this new blend is “sure to satisfy thrill seekers and flavor enthusiasts.”
The most distinctive feature of Camacho’s newest cigar line is its oversized Honduran Broadleaf wrapper packed with giant flavor. Decades of expertise and Honduran craftsmanship converged to produce the new selection with precision and passion. No corners were cut to ensure that every aspect of the line beamed with excellence.
“I am thrilled with the amazing work our Master Blenders in Honduras have done,” said Oettinger Davidoff CMO, Edward Simon. “They created a cigar line which is not only excellent in taste, but also bold and fearless in attitude – exactly what our aficionados are searching for.”
Camacho Broadleaf Cigars Taste Experience
Below Camacho Broadleaf’s dark and oily wrapper lies a diverse blend of tobaccos from Honduras and the Dominican Republic which take complexity to a whole new level. Medium-plus in strength, Camacho Broadleaf imparts rich notes of dark chocolate and espresso to the palate accompanied by a creamy sweetness and earthy spices. Aromas of leather and oak also add an extra layer of complexity to the experience.
Produced at Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A. and scheduled to launch in the United States on September 7, 2023, Camacho Broadleaf will be available in 20-count boxes as follows:
Camacho Broadleaf Robusto (5” x 50) —$9.25/cigar MSRP
Camacho Broadleaf Toro (6” x 50) —$9.75/cigar MSRP
Camacho Broadleaf Gordo (6” x 60) —$10.50/cigar MSRP
“The darker Broadleaf wrapper in particular adds a lot of excitement to the cigar experience,” added Mr. Simon, “as it endows every format with an oily, almost silky appearance and a creamy note to the taste profile.” CA