This cigar was purchased at my local Brick and Mortar, The Cigar Room Shoals. This was my first time smoking this cigar. I typically am not crazy about Camacho Cigars, but this one was very different to me, so sit back, relax, and enjoy another rendition of a review by none other than Zac Riley.[…]
Camacho Cigars, a brand known to cigar connoisseurs across the globe has been making a quite a splash with its Master Built series of cigars. In fact their whole website is pushing the “Loud Life” including a whole page devoted to the Camacho Master Built Road Tour. The latest addition to the Master Built series[…]
Camacho Cigars has announced the release of the limited edition Double Shock. You can read more about it here.
The B.G. Meyer Standard Issue is a Nicaraguan blend hand-built by AgroIndustrias Laepe S.A., in Danli, Honduras. The cigar is a medium to full intensity smoke featuring five different tobaccos that have aged for up to 8 years. Available in five popular formats, the Standard Issue is packed in boxes of twenty cigars and will[…]
–Mike Weller Manager, Crossroads Cigars, Lafayette IN Review: Camacho Ecuador Robusto Greetings to all from Lafayette, Indiana. Today’s review takes the newly-released Camacho Ecuador blend for a test drive. I’ll admit, this isn’t the very first of these I’ve smoked, but it is the first where I really paid close attention and took notes. The[…]
LOS ANGELES, CA (MONDAY, JUNE 09, 2014) –– Davidoff of Geneva USA and Rob Weiss are pleased to introduce the BG Meyer Standard Issue, an exciting new collaboration between the Hollywood writer, director, producer and Camacho Cigars. Weiss, a self-made challenger of convention, has been an avid cigar aficionado for over a decade. After[…]
Camacho Corojo Cigar Review I am told this is the new Camacho Corojo with its bold new band. The pre-light draw offered hints of wood and pepper which was a great indicator of where this stick was heading. As I lit it up, I quickly tasted the pepper. The smoke was full and one could tell this[…]