Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 04 June 2012

User Rating: / 3

caincain habano double toro
sencillosencillo black double robusto

Moving into the flavor department, I would call the Habano Double Toro more strong than complex. With that being said, it is by no means dull or one-dimensional. The cigar starts off with a little burst of spice. Earth soon comes into the picture, and rich leather completes the first third. The second third re-introduces the spice, but on a stronger note. This is where the whole Cain feeling seems to kick in. More leather is present as well. The final third is a blend of leather, wood, and a touch of spice. This is a full-bodied cigar all the way, but it’s not overbearing.

While the Cain Habano Double Toro did not overwhelm me with its greatness, I cannot deny the fact that it is a solid smoke. If you enjoy the Cain brand or are looking for something with a kick, the Habano is a good choice. It’s not designed for beginners, and I would not smoke it on an empty stomach. Make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy it as well due to the size and relatively slow burn. The Cain Habano Double Toro sells for around $7 per single and comes in packs of five or boxes of 24. That’s a fair price for a quality cigar, so give one a try.

The Cain Habano Double Toro earns a rating of 3.5 out of four stars.

Sencillo Black Double Robusto


The Sencillo Black line is the result of a collaboration between Nestor Plasencia and Keith K. Park, founder and CEO of Sencillo, Angelenos, and God of Fire. The Black was created with the intention of offering smokers a cigar to be enjoyed on a frequent basis thanks to its smooth profile and affordable price tag.

The Sencillo Black Double Robusto measures 5 ¾ x 52. Other cigars in the line include the 5 ¼ x 50 Robusto, 6 x 60 Gigante, 6 3/8 x 54 Piramide, and 6 ½ x 48 Short Churchill. The Black’s filler consists of a complex blend of Nicaraguan Cuban Seed, Nicaraguan Habano Jalapa, Mexican Viso San Andres, Honduran Ligero, and Honduran Ligero Habano Jamastran tobaccos. A Nicaraguan Habano Jalapa binder comes next, and a Nicaraguan Habano Colorado wrapper seals the deal. Nestor Plasencia is responsible for the cigar’s production, which takes place in Nicaragua. In terms of strength, the Sencillo Black is listed as being medium to full-bodied.

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