The CAO World Series helped launch CAO into stardom during the early 2000s, with fan-favorite blends such as the CAO Brazilia and CAO Italia proving that hidden tobacco gems could come from all over the world.
The collection has since grown to include a wide range of tobacco styles from multiple countries and continents. One of the more recent additions is the CAO Nicaragua cigar, heading back to familiar territory to highlight the three primary growing regions of the country: Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa. Tobaccos of these regions make up the CAO Nicaragua cigar's hearty filler, being joined by a Honduran binder/wrapper.
What does the CAO Nicaragua cigar taste like?
The CAO Nicaragua cigar is medium in body, showcasing the fiery elements of Nicaragua's volcanic soil with standout flavors of earth, black pepper, baker's cocoa, and bittersweet espresso.