CAO World Sampler

$59.99

Go ahead, buy this sampler and explore the World. This sampler contains four cigars that are 5×56: the Brazilia Gol, Italia Ciao, America Potomac, and Colombia Vallenato. Note: These are now shipping in plain packaging.

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Description

From the valleys of Olancho San Agustín to the hills of Brazil and everywhere in between, these CAO cigars are a collection of the finest tobaccos and best rated cigars in the world. These unique blends are born from equally unique regions, bringing their flavours, aromas and local cultures with them. Go ahead, buy this sampler and explore the World. This sampler contains four cigars that are 5×56: the Brazilia Gol, Italia Ciao, America Potomac, and Colombia Vallenato. Note: These are now shipping in plain packaging.

Brazilia Gol

Filled with rich, smooth Nicaraguan tobacco and wrapped in dark, oily, Brazilian wrapper leaves. CAO Brazilia is a full-bodied masterpiece, bold and loaded with flavours of black pepper and exotic spices.

Italia Ciao

The Italian Habano seed used for CAO Italia was originally brought to Italy from Cuba over 40 years ago. It lends a unique, earthy sweetness to the robust, full-flavoured composition of CAO Italia – per la dolce vita!

America Potomac

Made with two American-grown wrappers, CAO America utilizes premium tobaccos from the five different countries to create a cigar that is tailored to the American aficionado. An eye-catching ‘pinstripe’ effect catches the eye while a cigar that has depth and complexity with an appealing aesthetic captivates the palate.

Colombia Vallenato

CAO Colombia is the first cigar to prominently feature Colombian tobacco and is a mild-to-medium bodied world blend boasting notes of toasted nuts sprinkled with briny nuances. CAO Colombia uses tobacco that is derived from a Cuban seed first grown in Colombia in 1820 called Ica Mazinga.

Additional information

Weight .10 kg
Dimensions 14 × 10 × 3 cm

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