CAO America Landmark is a cigar that uses a varied mix of tobaccos in its construction. The filler for these stogies is a four-nation blend, one of which is American tobacco. The other three tobaccos used are Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Italian. The binder used is Brazilian. Double American wrappers encase the rich cigars. The first layer consists of smooth and delicate Connecticut Shade grown wrappers, which is then rolled in Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro leaves. These tobaccos combine to give a unique smoke, which offers enthusiasts creamy, oaky flavors that have a sweet finish.
CAO has created this special line of cigars with a lot of American-grown tobacco in it. The cigar sports a bold shield-like logo of stars and stripes, and a pinstriped-look due to the double wrapper. The cigar comes in many sizes. The Landmark is a Double Toro, which is 6 inches in length and has a ring gauge of 60. These sticks come in a well-packed box of 20.