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post #11 of 17 Old 02-20-2008, 07:01 PM
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This was the last straw for CAO to redeem itself with me. I'm a huge Sopranos fan and figure why the f not. Well, this stick started out very cedary with some rich and some rich cocoa notes. It became flat about 1/3 in and finished boring. I won't be buying this again, or any CAO for that matter.

I'm washing it down with a DPG black label Robusto.

CAO is dead to me. :hn
Two similiar threads on CAO in one day. Not looking good for the Italians.

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post #12 of 17 Old 02-20-2008, 08:51 PM
 
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I am with you Darrell...I have yet to find a CAO worth buying ever again....

Nice review....
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Re: CAO Soprano - Associate

The best CAO I have had is the Vision. Then The MX2
Can't go wrong with them


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Totally agree about the Sopranos and the rest of the CAO crap that's out. I spent the $$ to buy a Soprano, aged it for a while, then when I finally torched it, it sucked. I've tried to bomb all the CAOs I ever get and dread when I'm bombed by one.

CAO, to me, is a boutique cigar that tries too hard and settles for mediocrity with their cigars. After the "black" dyed my fingers black for 3 days, I've thrown in the towel with this company.
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That's too bad this stick didn't save the day for you, especially since it costs so dang much. Your chaser was a nice choice however, so it's not all bad.
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Re: CAO Soprano - Associate

i enjoy the cao la traviata maddy. nice smoke with a great price tag on it
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post #17 of 17 Old 08-28-2013, 12:43 AM
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Re: CAO Soprano - Associate Review

I have to admit that I rather like the MX2... A lot! Of course CAO does make a wide variety of cigars and flavors, so not every one of them is going to be a winner for me either, but I wouldn't say they were junk.

Sucks buying an expensive stick and hating it though. I feel you on that.
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