Camacho Select

    Characteristics Very complex yet not overbearing; a great daytime and early-evening smoke. The Cameroon wrapper and a blend of Honduran-filler leaves is the secret. Insider's Tip Camacho cigars are usually Noted for their strength, but this departure offers a pleasant alternative. It was developed by company owner Julio Eiroa. Five shapes are made, with our pick being the 5¾ x 54 Super Robusto. Note Prices are per cigar and average suggested retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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