Rick and I travel all over the country for our CAO events. We noticed that no matter where we are, the conversations with our fans with the people we meet usually gravitate to three things: cigars, cars and girls. Not necessarily in that order.
That’s how we got the idea for CAO Flathead, our new smoke that has all three.
The cigar is a box-pressed collection that’s hand-shaped for a distinctive flat top. Wrapped in Connecticut Broadleaf , with a blend heavy that’s heavy on Nicaraguan tobacco, it’s a smoke that fires on all cylinders.
Cars come into play with Flathead’s frontmarks, which are named for engine parts, and the lid, which is easily removed and used it as wall art.
And the girls? Each box comes with a pinup poster that we bet more than a few of you are going to keep.
If you haven’t already seen some of the reviews, we’re getting a great response on Flathead, so check out the specs below and pick up a CAO Flathead at local cigar shop today.
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Habano Connecticut
Filler: Nicaraguan Ligero and Piloto Cubana Ligero
V642 Piston (6.5” x 42)
V554 Camshaft (5.5” x 54)
V660 Carb (6” x 60)
V770 Big Block (7” x 70)