CAO Vision's rare, 4-yr.-aged Dominican Corojo wrappers cap a well-balanced 3-nation blend, presented here in the Epiphany vitola, a classic Toro shape. The smoke is smooth, creamy and complex, laced with flavors of cedar, roasted nuts, and cocoa for a luxurious full-flavored smoke.
hard to find and not on sale often....very few cigars are in this catagory. this is, and always has been CAO's top of the line0 0
Ive smoked a lot of cigars but vision is by far the best. It puts me in a catatonic state faster then any smoke i have tryed, buying two boxes for christmas.0 0
The CAO Vision is beyond a show of a doubt a top tier blend. It arrives in a shiney white humidor with blue background lights that come on when opened. A digital hygrometer can be viewed on the front panel w/o opening the lid. The burn and draw are consistent from the start when the flame first touches the tabaco to the last puff before flcking the butt overboard. The taste is that of expensive tabaco the likes of a Padron or a Davidoff. Just looking at these beauties nestled in the their packing, each one dressed in the virgin white "numbered" label gets me stoked to light another one up.0 0