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Spotlight Brand: Cain Daytona by Oliva

March 6, 2011 |

A softer powerhouse blend...

As a new offering for their Studio Tobac project, Cain Daytona will tantalize your palate with a super-smooth complexity different from all other Cain blends.

The Oliva family has left a substantial mark on the cigar industry over the past five years. As one of the world’s most reputable cigar makers, their highly rated blends can only be found at the most reputable tobacconists throughout the world. In 2007, Oliva received an unprecedented '94' rating from Cigar Aficionado for their Serie ‘V’ line, while they've released a series of fan-favorite blends with Cain, Cain 'F,' and Nub.

Cain Daytona hails from Nicaragua. Inside you'll find a long-leaf mix of full-bodied ligero leaves from the Jalapa Valley, but the blend also comes wrapped with a subtle Habano wrapper for a smooth, medium-bodied experience. If you tried the other Cain blends and felt they were slightly too strong or just not smooth enough, then you'll love Daytona—the smoothest Cain of the bunch.

Q & A: Removing Cigar Bands?

Q.
Should I remove my cigar band before enjoying my cigar?

3/01/11 | by FJ of Hoboken, NJ

A.
​​​​​​​​​This question has been debated for years. Some individuals believe cigar bands were implemented as a way of holding a cigar to prevent tobacco stains on fingers or gloves. Others believe they were simply attached to prevent counterfeiting. Regardless, at some point the band needs to be removed but when is the right time to do so?

by Dave

Review: Man O' War Armada

Sean G Man O' War Armada
Fantastic. Easily AJ's best cigar to date. Incredibly similar to Cuban cigars from flavor to construction and releases thick, creamy smoke with a complex aroma. Full-bodied. You will burn this one down to the nub, guaranteed.
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