The Camacho Brotherhood Series is described as crossing “the line from bold to fearless.” A new addition to the Brotherhood Series, the Camacho Shellback cigar, is the first limited edition cigar to be added to the line. It brings the cigar line’s boldness to new heights.
The Camacho Shellback cigar was launched at the 2015 IPCPR. Only 4,000 boxes of the cigars were produced (only 80,000 cigars are in circulation). It comes in only one 6x50 Toro size. Trust me- you want to get your hands on this medium to full-bodied cigar before it’s too late.
The Camacho Shellback cigar is named after a sailor that has crossed the equator for the first time. Historically, the name “shellback” was only used after the sailor had an initiation ritual. To honor the name, the cigar has a Habano wrapper from Ecuador and offers a smoking experience that celebrates the brotherhood of cigar smokers. It features a filler that comes from the Esteli region of Nicaragua, and a Nicaraguan Corojo binder.
Normally, Camacho cigars focus on Honduran tobaccos. The Shellback cigar might be made at the AgroIndustries Laepe factory in Honduras, but the Shellback is nothing like its Camacho counterparts. Find out just how different it is and try one out before they’re sold out. Get the cigar for the best online prices from Cuenca Cigars.