Oliva Cigar Company developed the Cain brand in 2009 to capture fans of more full-bodied cigars. The original Cain release was blended exclusively with Nicaraguan Ligero tobaccos, known for furnishing a particularly potent profile. To offset the potential harshness of an all-ligero blend (branded as Straight Ligero) the tobaccos receive a triple fermentation which lasts anywhere from several weeks to several months.
The Cain Daytona stays true to its roots by being a ‘Straight Ligero’ cigar, but Daytona’s ligero is entirely from the Jalapa Valley. Jalapa ligero is more refined than other ligeros and this, plus Cain’s triple fermentation, makes Cain Daytona a medium to full-bodied, smooth, rich, and flavored smoke.
Daytona offers a full-flavored, ultra-smooth smoke with an excellent balance of flavors that include coffee, mild pepper, and sweet tobacco notes.