General Cigar Company has announced the CAO Pilón Añejo is returning as a full-time line yet with limited availability. The Dojo reviewed last year’s release here.
Senior Brand Manager Ed Lahmann said, “When CAO Pilón Añejo launched last Spring, it quickly became apparent that we needed to make this blend more than just a one-time offering. So we took on the labor and time intensive methods needed to ferment the tobacco and age the cigars and are making this a full-time brand for CAO. Given the work that goes into this blend, production quantities will be limited but the good news is that we’re able to deliver what our retailers and fans have asked of us.”
CAO Pilón Añejo details
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Binder: Honduran Habano
Fillers: Nicaraguan and Dominican
Factory: HATSA anli, Honduras
Packaging: 20 count boxes
Robusto (5.5” x 54); SRP per cigar $8.89
Toro (6” x 52); SRP per cigar $8.99
Gigante (5.88” x 60); SRP per cigar $9.29
Distribution: General Cigar Co
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Originally posted on July 6, 2023 @ 1:17 pm