CAO Brazilia’s lustrous wrapper is perfectly blended with Nicaraguan fillers, creating a full-bodied cigar with a long, luxurious finish.
A Pilon is a carefully layered stack of tobacco leaves that helps ferment the tobacco to maximize the flavor and color of the leaves. Dating back to 19th century Cuba, this natural method of fermentation delivers a taste and appearance that just can’t be reached otherwise. CAO Pilon uses this time-honored method to give you a cigar with deep, rich colors and unprecedented depth of flavor.
A certain crew of guys who smoke CAO made us an offer we couldn’t refuse and bada bing, bada boom, CAO Consigliere got made. A former associate of the Soprano Family, Consigliere stands on its own with a signature five-country blend that was named to Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 list in 2006. Leave the cannoli, take the cigars.
Ever played a game of dominoes in a dark, smokey cigar lounge? That’s the inspiration behind this full-bodied smoke, masterfully blended by Rick Rodriguez. Handmade in Nicaragua, Bones is a complex cigar with balanced notes of wood, nuts and vanilla. Light one up and play awhile.
CAO OSA Sol
OSA Sol is a cigar that was smiled upon by the gods of nature. Its wrapper, from the 2008 Olancho, San Agustín crop, was grown with the perfect amount of sun and rain, giving it a rich, earthy flavor that’s perfectly complemented by a Nicaraguan and Honduran blend and hearty Connecticut Broadleaf binder. Cigar Journal named OSA Sol one of its “Top 25 Premium Cigars of 2011” and awarded the brand with Cigar Journal Trophies in 2012 and 2013.