Too many to choose from is a luxuary problem with CAO. I've had a few of them, my favorite beeing the Gold natural. The maduro didn't really do it for me, but I've got another one lying that'll be aged for a bit, then we'll see. I've also tried five of the flavors, from a sampler, trying to find a nice "girly" cigar for a female friend, that I'll try getting over to the dark side. I only enjoyed the Gold Honey of those, but every single one I've tried had a good, even burn, and nice draw.
The Gold was my first "Oh my God"-experience with cigars. Got one Corona in a bomb, and wow. I've never felt so many tastes in a cigar until that time. I'm no good at pinpointing, but it was peppery and spices, and some sweet honey-like taste, and I think some cinnamon and some woodsy taste. I guess I don't have to say I find cubans overrated.
I'm looking forward to trying everything CAO has to offer. Got the Commerotive-pack lying in my humi, and the criollo especially looks tasty (and the band fits just perfect to the cigar. Well made thing).
And now I need to get a towel before I drool into my computer and ruin it. That'd cost be a good deal of cigars.