CAO has returned to the Amazon basin. The CAO Fuma Em Corda is named after the fermentation technique added to the Brazilian Arapiraca tobacco. General Cigars Co. mentioned that the technique was borrowed from the native peoples who harvested tobacco in the Alagoas region of Brazil. Natives from the region call the tobacco "fuma em corda" which means smoke on a rope. The cigar is complimented with rich Honduran colorado wrapper and contains a Cameroon binder with filler from Honduras, Nicaragua and Brazil.
First came the Amazon Basin..
A dark Toro with a big, open draw that balances its early Braganca with touches of citrus, eucalyptus, and perfume, delicately balanced with tobaccos from five countries. Now the Fuma Em Corda is here to stay. It’s Brazilian tobacco like you’ve never experienced: rustic Fuma masterfully balanced with rare Braganca.
This will be a limited release with only 3,000 boxes being made so get your hands on these cigar before they are gone for good!