Camacho was first produced in the 1960s by Simon Camacho in Nicaragua. Today, this medium to full-bodied brand is manufactured in Honduras by the Eiroa family with Criollo and Corojo seed tobacco wrapper. Often called "the best habano outside of Cuba" by its makers, this brand is for the experienced aficionado who enjoys a strong cigar.
Camacho cigars are entirely handmade from selected vintage tobaccos grown by Julio Eiroa in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras, a region where perfect soil and ideal climate can compare to Cuba's renowned Vuelta Abajo Region.
The Camacho Corojo line is a puro. It is made with 100% Jamastran Corojo. The Camacho Havana line is made with Cuban-seed Corojo binder and filler, and uses a Criollo wrapper also grown in Honduras. The Camacho SLR is also a Honduran puro made entirely with tobacco from the Pinareno region.