The Camacho Corojo Toro offers a rare blend of tobacco originally cultivated in the 1960s. These cigars are crafted from excellent Corojo tobacco leaves grown in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras. These stogies use a Corojo Ligero binder that’s enclosed within a Corojo wrapper. When you light up one of these cigars, you taste pepper, wood, and molasses, followed by hints of cedar and chocolate. These motley of flavors, however, do not overpower the rich, spicy taste of well-seasoned tobacco.
The Cuban-seed Corojo tobacco is grown in a unique location that naturally enhances the resulting taste and texture. The Camacho Corojo cigars from Davidoff group come in many Vitolas. These handcrafted smokes have a terrific flavor and provide a full-bodied, rich smoke. This pack of Toros are 6 inches long, with a ring gauge of 50. Camacho Corojo cigars are available in a box of 50 cigars.