Cigar Review: CAO Pilon Toro

Initial Thoughts:

The CAO Pilon lit with a great taste. The flavor was smooth yet complex. I know it's a small thing, but the wrapper had no thick veins, and I could tell this cigar was made really well.

As I finished the first 1/3 of the cigar, I noticed how well the mild flavors blended together. At the halfway mark, the CAO Pilon remained very consistent, no surprises, no drops in construction quality.

cigar review CAO Pilon


CigarScore 4

Brand: CAO
Line: Pilon
Size: 6 x 58
Cut: V Cut
Light: Match-lit cedar
Price: $8.29
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
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Final Thoughts:

This cigar was impressive. The burn was consistent and even, the ash was dense enough to stick around until I knocked it off, and the draw was never too tight or too loose. I would smoke the CAO Pilon again, but it's not one I'd rave about.

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