Travel the world in style with exotic CAO Nicaragua Cigars. While CAO has taken us for a world tour of tobacco- going to Italy, Columbia, and American, the Nicaraguan brands returns to its roots in this World Series addition. With each vitola named after a Nicaraguan city, the blend is a sumptuous combination of Nicaraguan long fillers from each renowned growing region, enveloped in Honduran Jamastran wrapper and binder. This pit-stop on the Pan-American tour moves away from the bold and spice and provides an elegant, complex smoke denoting a delicate creaminess, wood, and nuts. Order yours today and finish the tour!
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Nicaragua cigars for the money are way superior than Cuban cigars; however, I live in Canada and my federal & provincial governments turned a great deal by Famous Smoke Shop into a tax grab of almost 4 times the price I paid for the cigars!! It s probably cheaper for me to fly to Nicaragua, buy the cigars there and fly back.
Best bang for the buck! These are great sticks. Even burn, good draw, medium body/strength. Easy daily smoke and never a bad burn!
I really wasn t expecting much from this, but I was wrong. This is a great stick, with the Nicaraguan flavors I love,. Not the most complex stick, but consistent, rich flavor all the way through.
I picked a few of these up after trying the CAO Brazilia. The Nicaragua Granada is a hefty cigar with a slow burn that ll last you a couple hours. Other than that, it s not a very memorable cigar. The flavor is nice and earthy and dark, but it just didn t stay with me, and the density of the roll makes it a tough draw.Not the worst cigar I ve ever had, but disappointing for a CAO.
Worst cigar I have ever smoked. I bought an introductory 10 pak about this time last year 10-2020 and recoiled in horror when I tried to smoke the first one. Blah!! Put them in the humi for a month and tried the second one and same tWhing...Blech!! The burn and taste where horrible...some just flat out refused to burn at all. Wierd. I love most every CAO made but these?...I would pass. Maybe I got a bad batch but I still have 5 of them. I keep hoping that after 1 year in the humidor they will at least be smoke-able. Rolled corn silk in toilet paper tastes better.