CAO Italia

Characteristics A very rich, spicy, and satisfying smoke. Insider's Tip
One of the few cigars to be blended with Cuban-seed Italian tobacco, which is grown in the southern Benevento region of Italy between Rome and Naples. This imparts a sweetness to the rest of the Nicaraguan and Peruvian leaves in the filler, along with the Cuban-seed Honduran wrapper and binder. Our favorite shape is: the 5 x 56 Ciao. Note Prices are per cigar and average suggested retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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