In 1961, Simon Camacho opened Miami’s first cigar factory, and later began making Camacho cigars. The Eiroa family in Honduras then purchased the rights to Camacho in 1995, five years after Simon’s death. Today, Camacho cigars are made in Danli, Honduras under the supervision of Davidoff. The Oettinger Davidoff Group purchased this storied brand in 2008 and continues to produce and distribute it.
These are intense smokes that set the tone for a life without limits. Inspired by uncompromising craftsmanship and a legacy of “The Original Bold Smoke”, Camacho’s master builders continue to blaze new frontiers.