Love CAO Brazilia. Maybe because I'm noob, the rich flavor and sweetness was really appealing and I want to get a 10 - 20 pak for smoking and aging.
I was searching through recommendations on which size to get, and back in the day there was a format called Piranha that was 4.5 x 46, that...
I'm a newbie but I love the darker richer smokes. This one really hit the spot, love the big aroma and taste. It did go out once half way thru, a...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - Tasty but not great construction
Ring Gauge- 56
Appearance 13 points out of 15
Appearance is very nice. One noticeable vein but it. did not interfere with the burn or draw.
Construction 20 points out of 20
This was a really great smoke! Dark chocolate and rich cawfee flavors. A sweet leathery taste started to come through after the first third. This c...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Cocovado Cigar Review - WOW!!
My first experience with CAO, and I'll be back for more. Wonderful construction, perfect draw. Lots of chocolate and cream in the initial 1/3rd o...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - Excellent!
This was my second time smoking this fine cigar!
I decided to pair it with a other one of my favorites
These 2 go together like peas and carrots!
I wish it was about another inch long...I know I know....that's what she said!!
These cigars have a great look that is complimented by a colorful band. As for construction, draw was good and this didn't require any touch ups. ...
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CAO Brazilia GOL
Size: 5 x 56
Binder: Aged Nicaraguan
Filler: Aged Nicaraguan
Scent of Wrapper: Sweet Tobacco
Scent at Foot: Slight Cedar and Tobacco
Appearance:Nice wrapper the color made me hungry
Wrapper:Great looking wrapper...
I've never met a CAO I did'nt like, and this cigar is no exeption. The wrapper is thin and delicate but does not crack or split, the const. is firs...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - Goooooaaalll!!!!
This cigar is a powerhouse. Has a nice spicy salty taste to the wrapper. Very full bodied with lots of pepper but not overpowering. Wrapper is a...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - powerhouse
I guess I didn't take this seriously the first time I had one but every one afterwards has been wonderful! A full luxurious puff of smoke in a ful...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - My New Go To Cigar
im an 18 year old cigar aficionado. and i must this is on of my favorite cigars to date. the taste is very mellow and gives you something to taste....
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - wow
blend: CAO Brazilia
vitola: Samba (6.25x54 torpedo)
humidor time: 10 mos @ 65%RH
drink: Unibroue Don De Dieu
This was my first experience of this popular blend. The wrapper was fragile and developed small cracks at the foot a couple of...
Good construction for mixed filler. Not enough flavors for a churchill, so a different vitola would be preferred. Decent price though. Razor straig...
Read the full review here: CAO Brazilia Gol! Cigar Review - Eh!
Kinda random, maybe, but does anyone have a picture of a Brazilia Carioca they can post with a size comparison to another cigar? I'm looking for a shorter smoke (when I feel like a little more on top of what I just finished, or if I've only got a little time), and I love the Gol vitola so this...
Wrapper: Brazilian Mata Fina (Per Zencigar.com) - The Mata Fina wrapper is almost always sun-grown. The Mata Fina wrapper, in general, has a unique earthy aroma and natural sweetness, different from the typical Maduro flavor profile, which makes sense as this is not actually from the...
CAO Brazilia GOL!
Wrapper: Brazilian Arapiraca
Size: 5 x 56
Paired with black coffee
Being the Maduraholic that I am, and I am pretty sure others as well, the CAO Brazilia is a staple that is in the humi and part of a regular rotation of...
I know that a lot of people really like the CAO cigars on these boards... and I really liked them when I first got it as well.
But im having a couple issues with the cigar. First, I find the wrapper way too fragile and prone to cracking... but most importantly, I am having draw issues. I...