The corojo wrapper of the Camacho Corojo BXP Toro has a medium to dark brown color with a slight colorado red tint. There was also some oil on the surface of the wrapper. This was a smooth wrapper with only thin visible veins and wrapper seams practically not visible. The box-press itself was more of a “soft press.
Camacho pushes the limits once again with new box-pressed extensions to its best-selling Core lines of bold cigars. The new Camacho BXP blends are built around its rugged American Broadleaf fillers grown in Pennsylvania that delivers its bold character.
The Camacho BXP cigars are available in the following lines; Connecticut, Corojo and Ecuador. An intense spin on Camacho’s classic blends, now with a new bold box-pressed format and the addition of American Broadleaf tobaccos grown in Pennsylvania that intensifies the aromas and increases overall palette stimulation, while the box-pressing delivers a noticeably longer and cooler smoke with enhanced mouth feel. Grab a box of the all new Camacho BXP cigars and kick back and enjoy this outstanding new line extension.