Cigar: Cao VR Moby
Size: Moby (Toro) (6.0"x50)
Filler: Mexican, Nicaraguan
Storage: 2 months 65%rh
The stick had a nice solid feel to it, a slightly oily appearance and a nice tobacco smell. I cut it...
I've been a lurker of the forums for a while, but am a new poster (trying to follow the rules, etc...). I'm hoping I'm posting this in the right forum, if not, please point me in the right direction.
I've had a 50 cigar humidor for a while now but have recently grown out of it, and am...
Got my cigars from CigarIntl today. The mail man stuffed the box in the mail box and I didnt know until I checked the mail tonight. So they are in my tupperdor now. Ordered some CAO Gold and Romeo y Julieta Julietas Cigarros. How long should I store them in the tupperdor?
When I first started smoking cigars which was late this year my first cigars were CAO Flavours and Drew Estates. And in my opinion they were good. Going to get my girlfriend some for her to start. Seems like some people don't see them as true cigars, but I understand its personal preference. But...
Origin : Dominican Republic
Format : Robusto
Size : 4 x 40
Wrapper : Cameroon
Wrapper Color: Natural
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler : Dominican Republic
Price : ~$4.5 each
Beverage: Espresso Cortado (sweet)
This is the first time I try an infused cigar. And trust me when I say this, I dont...
When I placed my last order for a fiver of Perdomo Lot 23s at Famous Smoke they were nice enough to surprise me with one of these sticks, in the Lot 50 size, for free. :whoo:
The full name is CAO Olancho San Augustin Sol. These are available in 3 sizes; Lot 58 (Double Toro) Lot 54 (Toro) and...
smoked for the first time yesterday afternoon. A wonderful cigar. Nice strength, good burn throughout, steady, even draw and for the first time, a ...
Read the full review here: CAO La Traviata Radiante Cigar Review - CAO Latraviata
Great looking cigar. Burned well, only one touch-up needed. Tight ash. Medium bodied with smooth hearty flavors down to the nub. A real treat.
Read the full review here: CAO La Traviata Radiante Cigar Review - Very Good Cigar
Additional Cigar Reviews - Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 Cameroon Review and the CAO OSA Sol Review
The 2011 IPCPR show was the setting for the unveiling of many new cigars, and today's reviews focus on two of them: the Rocky Patel Vintage 20...
Read the full article here: Additional Cigar Reviews...
Looking for interest in a box split of these. Payment would not be required until I actually have the box in my possession. 4 5'ers are up for grabs. $24.00 shipped with DC to the lower 48. PP gift no fees, regular PP +4%, amazon, or m.o.
If I get at least 3 spots filled I'll go ahead and place...
Hi everyone, hope you enjoyed your weekend!
I was trolling the internet looking for CAO small cigars when I found that they make pipe tobacco. I was wondering if anyone here has had experience with them? From what I've read, they seem to get some decent reviews.
Thanks for your opinion
I tend to do simple write ups of new stoagies on my blog, so here's a quick one on this new 58 ring-gaugue monster.
The OSA Sol, a Honduran, Habano, comes in a nice gigantasaurus 58 ring gauge stoagie, just how they all should be! This is a very mild smoke overall.
The taste has a slight...
Additional Cigar Reviews - 5 Vegas Gold Robusto Review and the CAO La Traviata Maduro Divino Review
The reviews we have on tap for you today should appeal to a wide audience. We have a mild Connecticut Shade cigar in the 5 Vegas Gold Robusto, an...
Read the full article here: Additional Cigar...
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...
A wonderful cigar. Not to strong, but strong enough. Always beautifully constructed and great draw. A go-tosmoke for great taste and consistency.
Read the full review here: CAO Mx2 Rob Cigar Review - CAO MX2
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
I am a new cigar smoker, and this is my first maduro. Compared to the other milder cigars I've tried, I really like the darker complexity of it. ...
Read the full review here: CAO Mx2 Rob Cigar Review - Newbie liked it
I have as one of my interest on Facebook CAO, and yesterday they put up a pic of the band of a Cigar they are going to release next month...so being that have not smoked a CAO that I have not enjoyed the reveiws I read were a little dissappointing. I am wondering if these were smoked ROTT. The...