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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Cigars: Cain - Straight Ligero - Nub - Nicaragua

(All Photos by Tavarua)

A perfect sized short smoke by the Oliva family. A medium to full strength cigar with its origin from Nicaragua. This is a blend consisting of three fermented Nicaraguan tobaccos.

 A dark Maduro (or Habano) wrapper, a spicy binder, and a ligero long-filler blend from Nicaragua.

Smooth and well balanced. 

With a creamy, woody and herbal taste. 

"A pleasant experience - you will very likely get a few more"

It might find a place in your travel humidor.

Bon Voyage...

1 comment:

  1. That's such a small cigar. I never knew that they could be made that size. Then again, I just started doing research on different cigars. My husband recently took up cigar smoking. I have heard that Rocky Patel cigars have a huge following, so I was trying to look up some information and history on them. Thanks so much for your post as well. I'll have to come back and read some of your other posts as well.