Since Rick Rodriguez jumped into the driver's seat, CAO has had a string of hits like Flathead, Fuma em Corda and more. They've also highlighted tobaccos from countries like Brazil, Colombia, Italy, and the US. Now we have a stunning new entry that's sure to be a huge winner - CAO Nicaragua.
A bold collection of Nicaraguan tobaccos make up the long-fillers in the core, which is surrounded by a Nicaraguan binder. Finally, it's clad in a Jamastran Valley wrapper that's dark and toothy. The result is one of the most robust, full-bodied cigars that CAO has ever made. It boasts dark cocoa notes, along with roasted nuts, an underlying dried fruit sweetness, and a dash of black pepper. Of course, you get the quality tobaccos and construction that you would expect of a CAO cigar, so hop on board and give CAO Nicaragua a try.
I have been wanting to try this cigar for some time, as I am a big fan of CAO cigars and Nicaraguan tobacco, but my humidor was full. A good sale made it a no brainer to try. Cigars were a bit on the dry side, but exactly what I expect from a CAO cigar. Good ash, good draw, even burn. Delicious Nicaraguan taste. I'll always keep a box on hand.