Cain Maduro Cigars
Cain Maduro cigars have all the great qualities of their Habano-wrapped brothers, but with a chocolatey twist. Like the Cain Habano, they boast a very robust blend of Nicaraguan ligero fillers and Nicaraguan binders, but these cigars feature ultra-smooth Mexican San Andreas Maduro wrapper leaves. They are made down in Nicaragua at the Oliva factory and blended by Nub founder Sam Leccia.
There is no brown about it; these cigars are jet-black. The construction is seamless and firm. Steady amounts of blue-hued smoke are produced by the solid draw, producing an undeniable cocoa taste mixed with coffee and the overall classic maduro flavor element. These cigars are sweet and bold, with a hint of black cherry on the tip of the tongue. Very spicy finish. Comparing these to their Habano counterparts, the body and potency is about on par, but the taste is completely different.
Cain Maduro, although as strong as their Habano counterparts, are a bit easier to take in due to the indubitable smoothness of the San Andreas wrappers. Intermediate smokers looking to get into high-powered ligero cigars should try a Cain Maduro before deciding on their next step. These cigars make great breakfast cigars when combined with strong coffee. Bold maduro cigars seem to have a league of their own, and comparable to the Cain Maduro are the Oliva Serie O Maduro and the Montecristo Reserva Negra. The Cain Maduro is another heavy-hitting powerhouse from Sam Leccia and the folks at Oliva that will leave you reaching for another upon finishing.
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