They thought this scorpion was dead, but it was only resting in the sand.
Once upon a time, the cigar world enjoyed a stick made only with tobacco from a single 15-acre plot of land in Honduras. The farm was called, “Coyolar,” and so was the Camacho Coyolar cigar they made. It was all Criollo tobacco seed, and the wrapper, binder, and filler all were grown on Coyolar’s humble grounds - a total Honduran puro.
This one was Honduran to the bone. But in 2013, the cigar disappeared. Davidoff, the new owners of the Camacho cigars brand, had decided not to produce Camacho Coyolar cigars anymore. Fans, of course, can be persistent. Once we find something we enjoy in this world, if anyone dares take it away, we tend to speak up. Camacho was listening to the anguished cries of its Coyolar smokers.
Eventually, they decided to bring it back to life.
The Camacho Coyolar cigar is bold, with tons of classic rich Honduran tobacco flavor: leather, oak, and even dark coffee. These complex flavors develop as you go along, featuring cherry, raisin, pepper, chocolate, and more. The Coyolar is no basic bitch. For a cigar made entirely with tobacco from one farm, you think you’d be getting boring simplicity. But then, the collection of flavors shows why this farm is special and why they make a cigar featuring its tobacco alone.
It’s a special patch of earth, and we invite you to bring this unique tobacco to your humidor at your leisure.