Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Cain Daytona No. 4
A skinny corona, the Cain Daytona No. 4 from Oliva, felt like a blue-collar cigar. A neutral tobacco cold draw prepared me for what followed. Earthy notes dominated the flavor profile from start to finish. Occasional coffee and black pepper notes played on my palette, but neither lingered for long. The same black pepper ruled my retrohales, strengthening in the last third. The Cain felt tight between my fingers, but the firm draw allowed for ample airflow. I paid $4.20 for this cigar, but I expected more. Give me an Oliva over a Cain any day.