http://www.SmokingHotCigarChick.com In this video I’m taste testing the elements of what go into a CAO LX2 Cigar. This is such an exciting and innovative idea, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it and try this out.
Special thanks to Brian McGee of CAO.
This box contains 3 small puro cigars and one LX2. The puros are the elements of what go into the LX2 blend, thus the name.
Each of the puros is about 3.5″ x 44. The LX2 is a Robusto 5″ x 52.
These little puros are “regional puros,” not puros by country of origin.
They are Puro Dominican Piloto, Puro Esteli and Puro Pueblo Nueva.
I found Dominican Piloto to be very thin, nutty and light.
The Esteli was more chocolately and had a good body. It was quite a drastic difference from the Dominican Piloto.
The Pueblo Nueva was pepper and was all on the front with a very short finish.
And the LX2 was heavenly. Sweet with a pepper taste. Not a full bodied cigar but don’t that keep you away. It was a pleasant sweet smoke.
After having the puros, my palette was very sensitive and I could really key in on each of the flavors. I’m not sure I would have noticed the nuttiness of the LX2 if not for first puro.
Overall this was an absolutely delightful experience. I would love to see similar offerings from other cigar makers to highlight the flavors and masterful blends of their cigars.
This was a real eye-opener and a quick education in what goes into cigar blending and cigar making.
Check my blog for some more details about this cigar.
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