- SKU: CMECH
- Color: Natural
- Length: 7
- Ring size: 48
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Recently receiving an excellent 91-rating from Cigar Aficionado magazine in the December 2014 issue!
The Camacho Ecuador is the latest cigar to boldly come out from the Camacho Brand now part of the Oettinger Davidoff Group that has been making headlines in the cigar industry as of late. This new flavor brings more of the intense and bold...The Camacho Ecuador is the latest cigar to boldly come out from the Camacho Brand now part of the Oettinger Davidoff Group that has been making headlines in the cigar industry as of late. This new flavor brings more of the intense and bold taste that they are known for and they’re not slowing down with this daring cigar. The Camacho Ecuador is bringing Havana-seed Ecuador Habano leaf with a distinct color, texture and aroma. Grown in the rugged and nitrogen rich soils beneath the towering Andes Mountains, a majestic region where tobacco growing first took hold thousands of years ago. Ecuador Habano is one of the most versatile wrapper leaves in existence, opening the possibilities for our master blenders to experiment and drive the boundaries of flavor to new heights. The Camacho Ecuador's dynamic new blend features an earthy Brazilian Mata Fina binder, a pair of powerful high-priming Honduran tobaccos, along with Dominican Pelo de Oro ligero for the filler. From the blast of pepper to the hints of floral and citrus throughout, this cigar delivers a wide range of complex flavors. This earthy cigar releases bold aromas of peppery smoke, hints of floral and citrus, and toasty flavors, creating a plethora of wonderful and complex flavors, making this a well-rounded medium to full bodied cigar. At Mike’s Cigars we bring you this new chapter from Camacho in a variety of sizes. The Churchill (48 x 7), The Figurado (54 x 42 x 6 1/8), Gordo (60 x 6), Toro (50 x 6), and Robusto (50 x 5). If you’re looking to have a good time, have some drinks, play some good old rock ‘n’ roll, and enjoy the night, why not have a bad-ass Camacho Ecuador cigar with flavors that pack a punch whenever you torch it up.