Cain Daytona

So first let me say sorry for the light in the second part of video, needless to say it was a bad day for reviewing. Today I had a chance to smoke the new Cain Daytona that has ligero long filler with a nice Habano wrapper. See if my day got better after smoking the Cain Daytona by Oliva.

10 Responses to “Cain Daytona”

  1. been hearing a lot about this stick. Your review makes me want to go out and try one. thanks

  2. Hey Mike, although I do prefer fuller bodied/flavored cigars. I was never a fan of the Cain line. The strength always overpowered the flavor. With that said, I was hesitant to try the Daytona but out of curiosity I bought a few and I am glad that I did. I smoked the 6 x 46 (Corona) and for a medium stick I thoroughly enjoyed it as the flavors that I thought were not going to distinguish themselves actually did due to the strength not overpowering the flavor itself. A little bit of spice and a caramel taste in the background. I like it. By the way, I did decide to attend the first Studio Tobac event at Tampa Humidor, the first event which kicked off their tour. It was very impressive and a lot of fun. If the tour is coming near any of your viewers town I would recommend going. As always, thanks for the review.

    • John as always your support means a lot to me and I’m glad you got to attend. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy day to leave feedback.

  3. trimarkc Says:

    I’ve heard and bad on this cigar. But I do like the NUB line, so maybe I’ll try one

  4. harryharry147 Says:

    Nice job Mike, keep up the good work.

  5. General_Griff Says:

    Truly the best cigar out of the Cain line. Nice review boss lol.

  6. I got one of these sticks in my cigar of the month club and really enjoyed it. I like it better than the other Cain cigars. I smoked the robusto and got hit with a blast of pepper half way through. The rest of the cigar had earth and a nutty flavor. Good stick.
    Great review…don’t sweat the small stuff…screwing up the intro was no big deal

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