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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 9:40 pm    Post subject: CAO Vision Prana Reply with quote
Okay, so let's get one thing out of the way here - this is a cigar that had a lot of hype, not just because it was the "new big thing" from CAO, but because it shipped in this nifty Plastic Humidor box.

This is not a cheap cigar, but boy is it a good one.

The wrapper was very nice. The cap was a bit rough, but it is a torpedo shape, which makes it a bit difficult to get a good cap line on. The wraper seemed to have a bit more veins that what I would expect given that this is not a Maduro or Oscuro leaf.

It is a Dominican Puro meaning that all components come from the Dominican Republic.

The feel was a rock hard digar. Not dry, just full of tobacco and tightly wrapped.

The nose on the wrapper was classic cigar store smell, but with a hint of "latin party" for lack of a better term. You'll know what I mean when you smell it. The nose on the foot was a faint hay.

The flavor of the unlit cigar was alfalfa and leather and the draw was firm but not tight.

I was able to get about an inch of ash before tapping off - a well constructed cigar.

The flavors were spicy and this is one of the first cigars in a while to give me a head rush - it is not CAO's strongest, but it definitely packs a punch.

At the price, it is not an everyday cigar, but it worth trying if you have a special event.

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