Nobody crafts exotic blends and flavors like CAO! Take the CAO OSA for example. The blend features a San Augustine Olancho wrapper leaf - a leaf that grows on a farm on the border of Honduras and Nicaragua. Supposedly, the special geography of the farm gives this leaf some unique characteristics. My question is, can this unique blend provide enough flavor to keep up with all the carefully crafted blends on the market? The only way to find out is with a cut and a light!

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