the 2009 edition of the Liberty line from Camacho continued the summer tradition by Camacho of releasing a new liberty each year since 2002. The 2009 was created with the hopes of garnering the same acclaim as its popular 2005 release. To do so, Christian Elroa created the blend himself using high quality tobaccos. The 2009 is a limited edition, with only 40,000 cigars produced in total. Each cigar comes packaged in its own small wooden coffin. The black coffin with gold accents is a nice touch and really gives off the aura that you are about to smoke a special, limited edition cigar.
The Camacho Liberty 2009 Robusto measures 6 x 56. The cigar features a filler and binder that are composed of Honduran Corojo tobacco grown in the Central American nation's fertile Jamastran Valley on Julio Eiroa's farm. A special Habano wrapper coats its exterior. The tobacco used for the wrapper is of note, since it is the first Habano crop used by Camacho. The limited numbers of the Liberty 2009 were actually rolled in 2007, and the cigars were aged two years prior to being released for public consumption. In terms of strength, the Liberty 2009 is said to fall somewhere between the categories of medium and full-bodied.
Camacho cigars are ranked highly among the world's best handmade premium cigar brands. Renowned for their extra-flavorful blends created with tobaccos grown exclusively in Honduras' fertile Jamastran valley, every Camacho cigar assures you a hearty, well-balanced smoke of superior quality. If you love full-flavored cigars, Camacho cigars are must-smokes that deserve to be part of your regular rotation.