CAO never makes a quiet entrance. With its new release called â€œ60,â€ the brand is firing on all cylinders, launching what will likely go down as the most bad a$$ premium cigar release of the holiday 2021 season.
The limited edition smoke called â€œTorqueâ€ will debut as the biggest in the CAO lineup. The blend is medium-full in body, and made with Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos of different primings to deliver spice and dimension. With a Nicaraguan Habano binder and rich Honduran Habano wrapper, Torque delivers a big, bold smoking experience.
Rick Rodriguez said, â€œWith 60, it was either go big or go home, and of course we went big with the blend. This cigar is equivalent to revving the engine of a classic muscle car. Itâ€™s bold, it demands attention and when you light up a Torque, youâ€™re in for a great ride. We hope that our fans enjoy Torque as much as we enjoyed creating the cigar for them.â€
CAO 60 Torque comes in a tin modeled to look like an oil can that Steve McQueen might have had in his garage. The tin holds eight Torque cigars and will sell for an SRP of $100, until the limited release is sold out. CAO 60 Torque began shipping to retailers this week and is handmade at STG Esteli in Nicaragua.
CAO 60 Torque (8â€ x 60); SRP per cigar $12.50
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