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CAO Flathead V23 Pays Tribute to the 24 Hours of Le Mans

The 100th anniversary of the 24 Hour of Le Mans might have been in June, but the celebrations haven’t stopped yet.

CAO Arcana Mortal Coil Returning Aug. 1

General says the CAO Arcana Mortal Coil will now be an annual limited release.

CAO Pilón Añejo Returning to Store Shelves as a Full-Time Line

While the line will be available more regularly, it’s still being described as a limited production.

CAO Amazon Basin Extra Añejo

CAO’s highly regarded line based around Brazilian Bragança tobacco sees its latest installment get two years of aging prior to release.

CAO Vision 2022

New for 2022: USB-C and orange lights. No, this is not a tech blog.

Aged CAO Amazon Basin Extra Añejo Heading to Stores in January

The CAO Amazon Basin, one of the most heralded cigars within the General Cigar Co. portfolio, will return to stores on Jan. 9. Like tequila, the “Extra Añejo” part of the name means these cigars were aged for longer, specifically, two years in a Spanish cedar-lined aging room in Nicaragua.

CAO Vision Returns for 2022 With New Blend & Lights

The unique boxes features lights. Notably, General Cigar Co. is using orange LEDs instead of the blue color that has been used for the first two releases.

CAO BX3 Robusto

CAO’s latest cigar draws on a range of Brazilian-grown tobacco, using it for the wrapper, binder and part of the filler.

CAO BX3 Shipping in July

While not a Brazilian puro, the new BX3 uses tobaccos from Brazil for its wrapper, its binder and part of its filler blend.

CAO Arcana Firewalker

The name “Firewalker” comes from a process called chincagre, where tobacco is buried in volcano soils. It’s the second cigar in General Cigar Co.’s CAO Arcana Series, which highlights unique methods used to create the tobaccos inside of the cigars.

New CAO Borealis Uses Canadian-Grown Tobacco, Heading to Canada as Regional Release

Canada is getting its own CAO release, and it uses Canadian-grown tobacco in the filler.