The Sopranos Join With C.A.O. to Make a Cigar
- July 28, 2005 |
- By David Savona
America's favorite mob show, "The Sopranos," has always been cigar friendly. Boss Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, lights up an unbanded robusto as the show's opening credits play, favors are sometimes repaid with boxes of coronas and Italian dinners typically conclude with puffs of cigar smoke (and, sometimes, gun smoke.)
Now the show you cannot refuse has it's own cigar: C.A.O. The SopranosSM Edition. Boutique cigarmaker C.A.O. International Inc. announced late today in a Cigar Aficionado exclusive that it would unveil the new line at the Retail Tobacco Dealers of America Trade Show on August 7. It's the first time that Home Box Office has licensed a cigar for the series.
Look for a vertical brand tasting and more information in an upcoming issue of Cigar Insider.