CAO Colombia features tobacco derived from Ica Mazinga, a seed grown in Colombia that burns beautifully and smokes effortlessly.
The first cigar to prominently feature Colombian tobacco, CAO Colombia uses tobacco that is derived from a Cuban seed first grown in 1820 called Ica Mazinga. Ica Mazinga, grown in an isolated mountainous region of Colombia, burns beautifully and smokes effortlessly. It’s the centerpiece of our mild-to-medium bodied blend that boasts notes of toasted nuts. Adventure into the unexpected with CAO Colombia.
Mellow - Medium
Salty, Nuts, Coffee, Sweet
7 X 50
6.25 X 52
6 X 60
4.875 X 52
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