The CAO Nicaragua Tipitapa issues a creamy-nutty smoke with a well-balanced mix of cashew and nutmeg, plus sweet and peppery spices. Click to see what else you’ll find in our review.
Tesoro Plumpo Cigar
By Gary Korb
Final Score: 6.3
A mild to medium body smoke with a woody taste. Burn was poor and uneven requiring several re-lights. But once it got going again, the taste was better than average. Not recommend as an evening smoke, but will do you justice as a “throw-away” everyday cigar.