Back in January of this year, I introduced you to the Amazon Basin trilogy, a release of 3 Bragança tobacco blends from CAO Cigars. For those that may not be aware, Braganca tobacco is organically grown on unspoiled tropical land and harvested only once every three years. Besides the introduction to the trilogy, Stogie Press reviewed Read more about CAO Amazon Basin 2017 Cigar Review[…]
CAO Cigars is at it again, searching for some of the most unique tobaccos to craft their latest incarnation of the Amazon Basin series of cigars. The latest rendition brings us 3 different blends, collectively called the CAO Amazon Basin Trilogy. They were rolled out in three phases in 2017 and represent the what the company Read more about CAO Fuma em Corda Cigar Review[…]
My many family and friends know that when it comes to birthdays, Boston Jimmie celebrates the for the whole month of his birth – November. So this year, the last day of November, the last day I celebrate, Tony Nardone owner of Executive Cigar Shop and Lounge, hosted a CAO Amazon Basin Trilogy event. Tony Read more about CAO Amazon Basin Trilogy Event at Executive Cigar Lounge[…]
A couple of years ago, CAO Cigars hit the market with a new and bold cigar known as the CAO Flathead. It was a kind of tribute to the muscle cars of years past. They are offered in 5 different vitolas, each named for a component of an internal combustion engine along with numbers that Read more about CAO Flathead V660 Carb Cigar Review – A New Age of Cigars[…]
It was my last day in Detroit and I made a visit to Don Yeyo Cigars in Dearborn, Michigan. Arturo was working that day and just got in a new shipment of cigars. He asked me if I ever tried the CAO Pilón yet. I have heard of it but never smoked it. He said you Read more about CAO Pilón 5×52 Cigar Review[…]
When we were told our friends that Stogie Press was going to list the top 25 Boutique cigars of 2014 we had a lot discussion about what defines a boutique cigar. Is it a limited edition stick, one that is produced only once and never to be made again like a fine vintage wine that Read more about Boutique Cigars: My Definition[…]
I have never been to Columbia, but if I do, I certainly want to experience cigars made from Ica Mazinga tobacco. CAO has released to the general public the CAO Columbia, the next stop on the CAO world adventure Originally produced exclusively for Serious Cigars several years ago, the CAO Columbia is now more widely available. CAO describes the Columbia as ..an adventure into the Read more about CAO Columbia – Vallenato 5 x56 – Cigar Review[…]
As promised here is a gallery of some of the hard working and beautiful ladies helping to promote some of your favorite brands direct from IPCPR 2014 Las Vegas. Stay Tuned to Stogiepress.com for more updates and of course reviews of the newestand best from the show.