|Length||5 1/2 Inches|
Inspired by hot rods and pin-up girls, CAO's revved-up new Flathead collection features four frontmarks, each box pressed and hand-shaped to deliver a striking and unique flat top. Flathead showcases a brawny Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and a full-throttle interior blend heavy on the Nicaraguan leaf. Each box includes a collectible pin-up girl flysheet and a removable box lid that doubles as a slick piece of muscle car man-cave wall art.
So far horrible burn. The tobacco peels off when you remove the label from the cigar. Decent flavor, just a pain to smoke. Maybe they need to rest a while hopefully that helps because I bought a box.
By Kevin on Aug 1, 2020
One of the best cigars
By Wayne on Mar 14, 2019
A couple of these were sent as a sample, I thought them reasonably price, so I ordered a box. When they arrived they were dried out, harsh, burned unevenly and the wrapper came off.
By Marc on Mar 6, 2018
Very full-bodied and delicious for the price. Smooth smoke and good value.
By Kevin on Aug 10, 2017
By Phil on Jul 14, 2017
Daily smoke, always the best.
By Mario on Nov 25, 2016
This is a stout very flavorful smoke, very well constructed and burns perfect. I suggest a punch on the cap. These are great with a Scotch and water. I just got back from Mexico and Cubans do have anything on theses smokes, but I like Nicaraguan tobacco better than any others.
By Steve on Nov 21, 2014
As a smoke, this CAO is not lacking in torque, it has a full but not overpowering flavor and won't break your budget when you ignite one during that break from installing that Offy intake and heads on your 239ci 8BA. The flat shape is really handy when you have to lay it down quick to chase a rogue bolt. It won't roll away. As for packaging, how cool can you get a box and a liner sheet that jazzes up any garage wall.
Dan Rat says, "I can't decide whether to smoke or wrench, its that good.
By Danny on May 23, 2014