Olancho, San Agustin, is a fertile valley in Honduras surrounded by tree-covered mountains, abundantly rich soil, clear rivers, and natural springs. An area that also gets plenty of sunlight and just the right amount of rainfall, San Agustin is the perfect place to grow a robust and earthy wrapper. After all, that is the secret to the unique, medium-bodied CAO OSA Sol cigar.
Eye-catching and robust, the OSA Sol was the pioneer cigar to use this rare CAO tobacco variety – and it was done right. Each and every draw is full of flavor as the delectable Honduran and Nicaraguan long-fillers burn within a richly satisfying Connecticut Broadleaf binder. From the first pull to the last puff, the CAO OSA Sol cigar is an intriguing, savory smoke ideal for any time of day.
Just taste the nuance. Before the crisp finish, you’ll notice an enduring profile enhanced with earthy flavors, subtle spices, and just a touch of leather. An aromatic beauty, the Sol is encased in an eye-catching box to capture the spirit of Olancho, San Agustin itself.