CAO Colombia Vallenato

Robusto (5.0"x56)

Pack of 5

Profile
Shape
Robusto
Wrapper
Honduran,  Nicaraguan
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
False
Pressed
False
Has Tip
No
Binder
Cameroon
Filler
Brazilian,  Colombian
Sweet
False

CAO Colombia Vallenato

Robusto (5.0"x56)

Pack of 5

CAO Spans the Globe

CAO’s “World” cigar line is a star-studded arsenal, containing some of the finest cigars on the planet. To make someone choose a favorite would be a cruel request, they’re all amazing. But, if forced to choose, I wouldn’t be surprised to hear more than a few guys declare CAO Colombia as their #1. This unique gem features a mixture of Colombian and Brazilian leaves that no other cigar on the market can match. 

Cuban-seed tobaccos have actually been flourishing in Colombia since the 19th century, though you rarely hear about them. Discover their most-welcome qualities with CAO. Colombia showcases “Ica Mazinga” tobacco, a leaf that’s been developed over 15 years of hard work. Employing it with a Nicaraguan wrapper and Cameroon binder, Colombia dishes out spades of toasted nuts, coffee, and a sweet n’ salty finish. 

CAO Colombia has finally received a long overdue 92-rating, noting: “Its core of earth and wood is balanced by sweet, fruity notes of black cherry and nougat with a nutty touch of cashew.”

MSRP: $39.95
Status: While supplies last

CAO Spans the Globe

CAO’s “World” cigar line is a star-studded arsenal, containing some of the finest cigars on the planet. To make someone choose a favorite would be a cruel request, they’re all amazing. But, if forced to choose, I wouldn’t be surprised to hear more than a few guys declare CAO Colombia as their #1. This unique gem features a mixture of Colombian and Brazilian leaves that no other cigar on the market can match. 

Cuban-seed tobaccos have actually been flourishing in Colombia since the 19th century, though you rarely hear about them. Discover their most-welcome qualities with CAO. Colombia showcases “Ica Mazinga” tobacco, a leaf that’s been developed over 15 years of hard work. Employing it with a Nicaraguan wrapper and Cameroon binder, Colombia dishes out spades of toasted nuts, coffee, and a sweet n’ salty finish. 

CAO Colombia has finally received a long overdue 92-rating, noting: “Its core of earth and wood is balanced by sweet, fruity notes of black cherry and nougat with a nutty touch of cashew.”