Davidoff has announced a new line under its Camacho brand known as the Camacho Factory Unleashed. It’s a cigar that pays homage to the brand’s factory located in Honduras.
The cigar itself utilizes a Corojo wrapper, but what’s different about this Camacho is that the wrapper is grown in Ecuador. The remainder of the blend consists of a Honduran binder, and fillers from Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. Production is handled at the “Camacho Factory” officially called Diadema Cigars de Honduras SA.
Camacho Factory Unleashed is available in one size – a 6 x50 Toro. The cigar is also highlighted by an exposed “shaggy” foot. Factory Unleashed will be packaged in 100-count rustic wood crates. One thousand crates will be made available for retail partners. Meanwhile, an additional 2,500 paper-wrapped bundles of ten cigars will be reserved for E-Commerce.
“Introducing a blend that represents the full potential and innovation of our Camacho factory is a privilege and great responsibility. It goes without saying that Corojo has to be the core component of the blend, bearer of the badge of boldness, and the shaggy foot symbolizes the character of our factory to always push boundaries without compromises. The aromas and flavor of this new annual release will surely capture and indulge the palates of the greatest fans of the Camacho legacy, ” said Lana Fraser, Director of Marketing and Retail in a press release.
The Camacho Factory Unleashed was showcased at TPE 2021.
At a glance, here is a look at the Camacho Factory Unleashed:
Blend and Origin
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Corojo
Filler: Honduran, Nicaraguan, Dominican
Country of Origin: Honduras
Factory: Diadema Cigars de Honduras SA
Toro: 6 x 50
Photo Credits: Davidoff of Geneva