CAO Flathead Steelhorse
With the full-strength Flathead Steelhorse cigars, you’ll find oak, wheat, black pepper, and dark chocolate notes. The Steelhorse runs on an impressive five-country blend. It starts with a filler of Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan tobaccos. Next, a Connecticut Habano leaf is on wrapper duty while a Brazilian Arapiraca binder serves as a middleman.
The use of dark, mild-mannered Brazilian Arapiraca tobacco provides smokers with a special treat. The Arapiraca leaf is thicker and heftier than Brazilian Mata Fina tobacco, though more subtle in flavor. For this reason, blenders use Arapiraca to add complexity to a blend. But don’t get us wrong—while the Arapiraca might be a touch more subtle than Mata Fina, it is still chock full of flavor.
Whether you ride motorcycles or admire the lifestyle, smoking a CAO Flathead Steelhorse cigar will make you feel like a real badass.
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CAO Flathead Steelhorse FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Oak, wheat, black pepper, dark chocolate.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Motorcycle and full-strength cigar enthusiast.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Absolutely. The CAO Flathead Steelhorse cigar is one hell of a flavor packed ride.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Team this stick up with a nice, thick Bourbon County Stout by Goose Island.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
If you’re part of motorcycle life, smoke a few of these buggers on your next Sturgis run.