Cigar of the Week 3/25/21 – CAO Zocalo Toro

The first CAO cigar ever to incorporate Mexican tobaccos, the CAO Zocalo was originally released as a limited edition 6×60 cigar of which only 3,500 boxes of 20 cigars were produced. The good folks at CAO have now expanded the popular line into three unique sizes and the CAO Zocalo is here to stay as an ongoing production cigar.

CAO Zocalo Toro cigars

Anyone who had the good fortune to enjoy the Zocalo during its initial release already knows that this is great news. Capturing the unique, spicy-sweet, and earthy flavor of Mexican tobaccos, the Zocalo wraps a hearty and flavorful San Andrés Morron leaf around a Cameroon binder and lush blend of Nicaraguan filler tobaccos. This carefully-crafted blend recipe delivers a fiesta of fine, full-bodied flavor with smooth tones of rich earth, cedar, sweetness, bold spice, and more. You can now enjoy the mighty Zocalo in Gigante (6×60), Robusto (5×50), or my personal favorite, Toro (6×50) size.

Grab your box now and get ready to experience the rich and raw power of Zocalo at the lowest price possible.


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