Starting the Amazon Series with its original release in 2014, 5 years later CAO Orellana completes the collection. This premium is named after explorer Francisco de Orellana—who gave the Amazon its name.
Prior to the Braganca used in the original Amazon series, the Brazilian Cubra wrapper used in CAO Orellana has been patiently aging since. This wrapper grows smaller, darker leaves in comparison to other plants, which lends itself to an enjoyable, spicy profile. The exotic nuances of this wrapper encases a Nicaraguan binder, along with a medley of Dominican and Colombian fillers—not to mention the ideal amount of Brazilian Braganca and Fuma Em Corda to further add to this cigar's unique characteristics. With exotic notes of spice, dark fruit, and leather, there's no need to pack your bags for this adventure!