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Friday, 02 April 2010

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Cigar Lines

Beginning with the milder cigars offered by CAO and finishing with its strongest, let's see what the company brings to the table.

Milder Offerings

The milder cigars offered by CAO can be enjoyed by everyone, from beginner to expert. The CAO Gold is one of the smoothest cigars made by CAO. It comes in seven sizes and has a Nicaraguan filler and an Ecuadorian binder and wrapper. This tasty stick has hints of cream, vanilla, and other flavors to soothe the palate.

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Keeping with the whole Gold theme is the Gold Vintage, which comes in two sizes and features a mix of some spice and creamier flavors thanks to its filler blend of Jamastran tobacco from Honduras and Esteli tobacco from Nicaragua. The Vintage has a Nicaraguan binder and is highlighted by its silky Ecuadorian Connecticut Seed wrapper.

Also from the CAO's Gold line is the Gold Maduro. This cigar combines buttery and spicy flavors that counter each other to make a great pair. It has a filler and binder from Nicaragua and a Brazilian wrapper and is offered in six sizes.

Moving up in strength but still medium-bodied is the CAO Cameroon. As noted by its moniker, the Cameroon's selling point is its Grade One African Cameroon wrapper. The wrapper is joined by a Nicaraguan filler and binder that all come together to produce a variety of flavors that are creamy, spicy, and sweet. A whopping nine different sizes of the Cameroon are available for purchase.

One of the more sought-after medium-bodied cigars from CAO is the Maduro. This box pressed stick is produced in nine different sizes. It has a filler of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos that are bound with Ecuadorian leaves that add a spicy kick. The Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper that surrounds the stogie comes from a vintage harvest and is what makes it so in demand.

The final mild offering worth mentioning from CAO is the Criollo. The Criollo is a Nicaraguan puro made from 100 percent tobacco from the country. Its five sizes all pack some sweetness to them and its tobacco comes from a seed that has been engineered to become completely immune to disease.






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