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.

    From Around the Web...
    Photo by Ralph Dinkel
    Until 2013 Davidoff only sold cigars from the Dominican Republic—now Brazil joins the repertoire…
    The pipes pay tribute to the New York addresses that represent various eras in the brand’s history…
    Photo by Martin Eidemak
    Dur­ing the Great Depression and the days of the 5-cent cigar, New York’s self-proclaimed "...
    The Dominican Republic produces the greatest number of non-Cuban cigars made today, and the...
    Photo by Richard Carleton Hacker
    Characteristics The Connecticut broadleaf wrapper and Nicaraguan filler and binder give this cigar...
    Characteristics Full-bodied and spicy, thanks to its El Bajo sun-grown Ecuadorian wrapper. Insider...
    Photo credit Richard Carleton Hacker
    Characteristics A rich, dark, and oily wrapper gives this cigar plenty of flavor but with a light...
    Photo by Cordero Studios/ corderostudios.com
    Characteristics Avant-garde is the word here. The three-cigar packaging is very BMW: It looks like...
    Cordero Studios/www.corderostudios.com
    Characteristics With its elegant dark brown Morrón maduro wrapper from the Mexico’s San Andres...
    Characteristics The first all-Dominican puro, every shape smokes with a consistently rich, meaty...