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.
What is ”canoeing?”
A: Canoeing is when the cigar start to burn at an angle to the point where only one side is burning (wrapper, binder and filler), creating a scooped-out effect, like one would carve out a tree trunk to make a canoe. If this has happened to you at some point, your cigar was “canoeing.” It tends to happen when the cigar is improperly lit, too moist, or when the cigar was rolled the binder may have shifted.