Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip
Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip cigars are rolled in Honduras. Long fillers grown in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras comprise the core blend. Nearly hugging the border of Nicaragua, this valley is close to the famed cigar-producing town, Danlí, home to the Camp Camacho facilities. Honduras is an ideal place to grow Connecticut seed and Cuban tobaccos.
In fact, the Jamastran Valley has been compared to Cuba’s Pinar Del Rio since the 1960s for its full-bodied tobacco yields. Corojo shade-grown and Connecticut shade-grown plants are cultivated in vast amounts there. Large amounts of Cuban seed sun-grown fillers are also cultivated in Honduras.
Cradling the Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip cigar’s core blend is a Mexican binder. An Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper leaf with a sweetened cap covers everything up. This sweetened cap delivers a light vanilla note which is joined by almonds, toast, and milk chocolate flavors.
Please enjoy Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip cigars at your leisure.
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Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Vanilla, almonds, toast, milk chocolate.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People looking for a premium cigar as quality as a Camacho for a value price. Also, fans of medium-bodied cigars looking to smoke a mellower Camacho.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Your favorite coffee or a nice cold beer is ideal for the Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
This is indeed an anytime smoke. Start it up with your morning coffee and continue on to some light yardwork.
Don’t be fooled by the lower price point. Camacho Scorpion Sweet Tip cigars are high-grade premiums.