CAO Pilon Churchill Habano (7" x 48) is proof that sometimes old school methods are still relevant. In 19th century Cuba, cigar makers precisely layered tobacco leaves in a circular motion to maximize flavor and color, and to slow down the rate of fermentation. It’s a painstaking process that’s not as common today because of its higher costs yet, for some, the end result is worth the extra time and energy. CAO Pilon Churchill utilizes the old school fermentation method with its Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, which is carefully draped over exceptional Nicaraguan fillers and binders. A harmonious blend, CAO Pilon is a medium-bodied beauty both to behold and smoke, and one that should be part of your arsenal.