I don;t know about you, but I really like box-pressed cigars. You get the same amount of tobacco as a round version, but it's easier on the jaw and doesn't slide around as much. I'm also a big fan of Camacho cigars and their Connecticut has more character than most shade-grown wrapped sticks, so I'm really happy to bring you Camacho Connecticut BXP.
There are three popular shapes here that have been firmly pressed, yet still exhibit a smooth, even draw. The blend is the same as its 90-rated, round 'cousin', featuring the Ecuadorian wrapper, a Corojo binder, and Honduran and Nicaraguan long-fillers. The expected notes of leather, wood, toast, and cream are here, but the binder and fillers kick up the spice a bit, so this is a Connecticut Shade cigar that will even satisfy folks who prefer a heftier cigar. It's time to square off with a Camacho Connecticut BXP.