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Cain Oliva Cigars

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According to the Oliva family, before choosing to smoke cigars, a number of factors are to be considered: variety, storage, aging, cutting and lighting. Only then, may you begin to enjoy one. As with other esoteric hobbies and pleasures, smoking cigars has an array of accouterments such as humidors and cutters that you’ll need to keep the cigars fresh and in smoking condition.

By educating yourself on the variety of cigars, you may end up choosing Oliva’s high quality cigars such as Serie V Melanio, Connecticut Reserve, Serie V Melanio Maduro, or Serie G Maduro. The company’s four or five cigar samplers are a great way to determine which of their products you prefer – one with the flavor of South American coffee? Or the one offering bittersweet chocolate to your palate? Maybe the one that hints of cinnamon is for you. An Oliva cigar guarantees the connoisseur will have a full and often complex smoking experience.

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Cain Maduro is the best overall cigar in

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Cain Maduro is much better than the Habano, and the torpedo is the best shape as it concentrates the flavour better, but the robusto is also great at a better price. My favorites are all from Nicaragua and include Diesel Unholy Cocktail and La Herencia Oscuro Fuerte, but the Cain is the best overall. It has a real full, rich dark tobacco taste and aroma from the start to the very end.

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