A great addition to the Studio Tobac brand from Oliva Cigar Company, cain daytona review is a new Nicaraguan puro that delivers a full-flavored blend of smooth complexity. This cigar features a Jalapa Valley grown ligero wrapper, binder and filler for a medium to full-bodied experience. It has a rich profile with hints of spice, coffee and Cuban-esque flavors. The cigar comes packaged in an untreated wooden box with the Studio Tobac and Cain brands logos on it.
Like other cigars from the Cain brand, the Daytona is crafted using a vibrant recipe of spicy Ligero tobacco leaves. The difference is that it utilizes a slightly milder Jalapa Valley wrapper to create a smoother experience. This makes it perfect for those who enjoy the spicy flavor of ligero but find Cain or Cain F a bit too strong.
The cigar starts off with a very smooth earthy tobacco flavor with a hint of pepper. This is followed by a really natural cedar flavor that coats the palate nicely and has a slight nutty taste to it. The second third of the smoke is a little milder, but the cigar continues to produce a really nice coating of natural tobacco flavor and some light pepper notes on the finish.
The fourth and final third is a little more full-bodied, but still remains very smooth with some mild to moderate pepper. It also adds some nice nutmeg and chocolate flavors that mix in well with the deep tobacco flavors. Overall, this is a really smooth cigar that has plenty of depth to it and pairs nicely with a small batch bourbon like Maker’s Mark or Knob Creek.