The Fuma Em Corda, the Brazilian Arapiraca Fuma Em Corda tobacco was combined with the Brazilian Braganca tobacco. This was used in the filler with some Honduran and Nicaraguan tobacco. The cigar was finished with a Cameroon binder and Honduran Colorado wrapper.
Wrapper: Honduran Colorado
Filler: Nicaraguan, Honduran, Brazilian Braganca, Brazilian Arapiraca Fuma En Corda
Country of Origin: Honduras
The CAO Fuma Em Corda is available in two sizes. This is the only release of the Amazon Trilogy that was produced in two vitolas. Each of these two sizes is available in 20-count boxes and a total production of 3,000 boxes per size was produced.
The Robusto size was made available exclusively to brick-and-mortar retailers while the Toro size was made available exclusively to internet and catalog retailers.
Robusto: 5 x 50 Brick and Mortar)
Toro: 6 x 58 ( Internet/Catalog)
The CAO Fuma Em Corda Robusto’s Honduran Colorado wrapper has strong colorado red hue to it. There was also some darker mottling on the surface of the wrapper. I didn’t find this wrapper to have much in the way of oil. The wrapper itself was rugged looking. There were some visible wrapper seams. There also were some visible veins – and in some cases it had a slightly toothy look to it.
Like the other cigars in the CAO Amazon Trilogy, this one uses a tobacco stem in place of a paper band. With the Duma Em Corda, a tobacco stem is tied around the cigar in a cross pattern. This tobacco stem is affixed to the cigar, and I advise not trying to remove it early on. In fact, it is something that (if need be) can be smoked through.
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