Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown
Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers make up the core blend along with a Nicaraguan binder. Based out of Honduras, it’s of little wonder that Camacho cigars favor Honduran tobacco. Many of Camacho’s finest cigars are made from 100% Honduran leaf. But Camacho understands in order to survive an ever-changing industry, experimentation and expanding their portfolio to reach palates of all stages is not only important but necessary.
We see this in the use of Nicaraguan tobacco as binder and filler in the Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown cigars. But we also see it in the lively Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. These leaves are known to cover a range of extremely bold and spicy to more mellow and sweet, depending on the aging and fermentation of the leaf. Either way, these suckers are complex and a true joy to smoke. Once you get a Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown cigar burning, you’ll find notes of roasted peanuts, baking spice, heavy black pepper, and caramel.
Please enjoy Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown cigars at your leisure.
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Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Roasted peanuts, baking spice, heavy black pepper, caramel.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
If you have a tattoo of the Camacho scorpion, this one is 100% for you.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Camacho Scorpion Sun Grown cigars are full of life and flavor. You’ll probably smoke it until it’s nothing but a pile of ash.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Blender's Dog from the Jameson Whiskey Makers Series. There’s a butterscotch sweetness at play here, perfect for your cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
If you live in a region with scorpions, spark up your stick, break out a black light, shine it into your dark yard and see just how many of these buggers are on your property. You may discover it’s time to double up on pest control visits.
Just don’t get stung by the Camacho Scorpion’s nub.