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CAO's Rick Roddriguez says that some of his best times in life were sparked over cigars in the garage of his home in Tampa. For his latest creation for CAO, Rick decided to come up with a cigar for the everday smoking occasions that somehow turn out to be extraordinary. He wanted his next line to be something special and full of flavor, the kind of smoke that works for the times that you just want to sit, smoke, chill and not over-think things. Inspired by his early days of blending in Santiago, D.R., Rick started with a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and paired it with a rich blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The result is an enjoyable medium-bodied cigar that's complex without being complicated. With hints of nuts, cedar and the slightest hint of sweetness, CAO Session delivers just the right amount of body and complexity, ideal for smoking in your garage, at the cigar shop or wherever your adventures take you.

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CAO Session, Bar
 

CAO Session, Bar

[93-10700]
6 x 49, 20 per box
Earn 1244 points
MSRP $189.90
Your Price: $124.44
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CAO Session, Garage
 

CAO Session, Garage

[93-10701]
5 1/4 x 54, 20 per box
Earn 1179 points
MSRP $179.80
Your Price: $117.88
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