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CAO L'Anniversaire Belicoso Cigar Reviews
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CAO L'Anniversaire Cigars
  Belicoso       

Current Rating
7.75

Size: 6 x 54
Shape: Torpedo
Wrapper: Cameroon
Filler: Nicaragua
Binder: Nicaragua
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 37
Average Rating: 7.75 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 6.73
Discontinued: No
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"One of my favorite of all time"

Review by: NextGen85
Review Date: 07/12/2004
Rating: 8.17
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Review Notes: I have had 2 boxes of these and they are by far one of my favorite cigars to smoke. Consistantly well-made, consistantly great in taste, they are an absolute joy to smoke.

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"Lovely cameroon"

Review by: cool smoke
Review Date: 07/10/2004
Rating: 8.5
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Review Notes: This cigar has it all the draw the burn and the notes of spice an wood. The box press was flawless. All in all a full body simply irresistible smoke.

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"Strange Day, Great Cigar"

Review by: G.Y.Gilpatrick II
Review Date: 04/21/2004
Rating: 9
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Review Notes: From the first moment it picked it up, it was clear that this cigar was going to be different. The square-pressed torpedo was firm and flawlessly rolled, and I got the impression that its design had been pained over, ensuring that it fit the human hand perfectly. The wrapper was a nice caramel colored Cameroon with tiny grains covering it that were not directly obvious, giving it a nice uniform color and texture. When it comes to the draw of any CAO, it is as the wind goes… variable. This one required only the smallest cut to achieve the draw which I find perfect: little laboring, and an as-desired draw strength. I tend to dislike it when a cigar dictates how it should be drawn, often pulling on the thing like those too-thick milkshakes that render the straw useless and provide minimal returns. The burn was cool to medium, and it refused to go out, even if left untouched for 5 minutes or so. On to the flavor. Caramel and toast reached an agreement here, and their final product is a magically smooth, rich flavor that continued to impress me. The body is medium, and didn’t change at all when I drew it long, spiking the temperature. The ash of this smoke should be mentioned, and “unique” is the only responsible description. It was brown and gray, with tan and white grains that stood out on the ash. During the entire burn, it produced only 6 large ash cylinders, and not a speck or flake more. I then stood up and held the cigar several feet above the ashtray, and tapped one of the cylinders in. Not to my surprise, it stayed perfectly in tact. The experiment did raise one question though, and it was from the bartender: “Ummm… What the hell are you doing?” I burned this cigar down to one inch long, and had to finally and reluctantly snuff it out before it burned my fingers. At that exact moment, and I certify that this is true, a man with his underwear on the outside of his leather pants walked in to buy a couple of cigars for himself. Suddenly my experiment didn’t seem so strange.

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"Great finish"

Review by: Ozzmosis
Review Date: 04/02/2004
Rating: 8.17
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Review Notes: This cigar started off OK ,but then began to get interesting.Slightly woody and nutty flavors began to take over the boring slightly spicy begining. This cigar kept getting better.Halfway through this cigar I wasn't overly impressed ,but the second half and finish more than made up for it.

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"What happen? I must have been drunk"

Review by: Dice
Review Date: 01/28/2004
Rating: 5.67
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Review Notes: About three years ago I came home from a night of drinking/smoking (Cigars) and smoke this cigar in the dark at 2am. On a scale from 1-10 it was an 11.5. Going on this, I ordered two box's. What happened? Not nearly as good. (Perdomo?)

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