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Monday, 04 June 2012

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cainhab1 Double is the name of the game for today’s reviews, as well will take a closer look at the Cain Habano Double Toro and the Sencillo Black Double Robusto. One offers a nice kick, while the other is smoother and more relaxing. Are they worthy of a purchase? Keep reading to find out.

Cain Habano Double Toro

Cain cigars seem to have a reputation for being strong, and the brand’s Habano selection is no exception. Despite its supposed power, however, the cigar is advertised as being surprisingly smooth as well. For this review, I will be giving the Double Toro a try. It’s a big cigar, so I’m lucky to have plenty of time on my hands to see what it has to offer.

The Cain Habano Double Toro fits perfectly into the popular trend of cigars with large ring gauges with its 6 x 60 measurements. Other offerings in the Cain Habano line include the Robusto and Torpedo. The cigar has a filler composed of triple-fermented Ligero tobacco from Nicaragua’s fertile Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa regions. The binder is Nicaraguan as well, and a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper completes the composition. As stated earlier, Cain is known for its strength, and the Habano is considered to be a full-bodied cigar.

At first glance, I must say that the Cain Habano Double Toro is really impressive. The band near the foot is simple, but its gold, red, and black colors are eye-catching. Cain and Straight Ligero are stamped on the band in nice lettering. The cigar itself looks flawless. There are very few veins, and the chocolate brown wrapper is enticing. It has just the right amount of oil and is smooth to the touch. The cigar appears to be well-packed with tobacco and has no soft spots. Obviously, the 6 x 60 form factor is impressive too. This is truly a “manly” cigar. The pre-light aroma is of tobacco, while the cold taste is spicy.

Once in action, the Cain Habano Double Toro is somewhat of a mixed bag. The draw is good, and the ash is solid and light in color. The burn, however, is on the uneven side. A few touch-ups are needed to keep it under control. The need for maintenance is not ideal, but it doesn’t completely ruin the experience, either.

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