Oliva Cain ‘F’ Habano Torpedo – Rough Cut Cigar Review

Cain 'F' Habano Torpedo

Today we offer the Stogie Press Rough Cut cigar review notes on the Oliva Cigars Co. Cain ‘F’ Habano. I have to say the Oliva Cain ‘F’ is one of my go to cigars when I see it on a shelf.

The Oliva Cain ‘F’ Habano is currently  available in 4 vitolas:

  • Double Toro (Gordo) (6.0″x60)
  • Lancero (Lancero/Panatela) (7.0″x38)
  • Robusto (5.7″x50)
  • Torpedo (6.0″x54)

Wrapper – Nicaraguan Habano
Filler and Binder – Nicaraguan Ligero from Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa

The cigar sampled for this review was purchased at Jimmy’s Cigar Lounge in Melbourne, FL.

You can find Cain cigars fine retailers across the country and most online sites also.

Cigar Review Notes

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  • One of my favorite Olivia cigars
  • Slightly veiny wrapper
  • Ligero noticeable in the center of the cigar
  • Chocolate on the foot
  • Fermented on the barrel
  • Cold draw is leather some pepper but only on the back maybe tip of toungue
  • Touch of earth
  • Once lit there is white pepper to start
  • Fruit builds and a decent floral and spice aroma
  • Ash is perfect and the burn line pristine
  • Some leather
  • Smoke is full and tasty
  • Some cocoa powder enters
  • A nut aroma builds after the first third
  • Though not complex there is a sweetness that enters with a touch of cedar in the 2nd third
  • Strength is medium to full
  • Full volume of smoke
  • Retro-hale has a sliver of pepper running in it
  • Cedar builds with a continued sweetness the smoke burns a little hot at the end
Cain 'F' Habano Torpedo

Cain ‘F’ Habano Torpedo