Cao Brazilia

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Cao Brazilia Back Story

Brazillia uses brilliant rich brown wrappers from Brazil blended and aged to perfection with smooth Nicaraguan fillers,the result is a wonderful fiesta that dances on the palate. The large ring gauges offer a unique smoking experience through a wide screen breath of flavor.

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6 x 60, 20 per box
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5 1/2 x 55, 20 per box
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4 x 38, 50 small cigars
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4 1/4 x 60, 20 per box
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5 x 56, 20 per box
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6 x 50, 20 per box
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5 x 20, (5pks/20ea), 100 per unit
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6 1/4 x 54, 20 per box
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