Every company from the Cigar World is always innovating and looking to stand out from other Cigar Manufacturers. Camacho is also known for that. First, the Camacho full makeover that changed the old Camacho designs to a more brilliant, attractive and juvenile designs. Insuring Camacho brand to be visible everywhere you place them in the humidor. More recently is this going box-pressed idea. The Camacho Team took three of the most popular lines and created a Box Pressed version of it. The Camacho Box-Pressed Ecuador, Connecticut and Corojo BXP is born.
The idea is just to change the format of the cigar; behind the scene the blends remain the same except for the addition of some Broadleaf from Pennsylvania in every line. This addition will insure the blend gets a fullest and intense flavor profile.
As per Dylan Austin, vice president of marketing for Camacho Cigars, there is not an exact meaning between the addition of Pennsylvania broadleaf and box-pressing format, they just feel like adding this Tobaccos with improve the experience.
Every BXP features a different blend. For example, the Connecticut uses an Ecuadorian wrapper with Corojo Binders from Honduras and filler from three different countries: Honduras, United Stated and Dominican Republic.
The Corojo BXP it is all Honduran wrapper, binders and fillers. The only non-Honduran tobacco will be the Pennsylvanian Broadleaf in the filler.
Ecuador BXP is dressed with a Ecuadorian Habano 2000, a Brazilian Mata Fina binder and a mix of Dominican, Honduran and Pennsylvanian fillers.
The three lines of the Camacho BXP were initially released in three sizes: Toro, 6 X 50; Robusto 5 x 50; and Gordo 6 x 60. Very attractive 20 count boxes will scream at you: Try me now. Made in Danli, Honduras ate the Diadema Cigars Factory, these cigars are the only box pressed format in the entire Camacho Portfolio.