Cain Maduro Double Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 22, 2010
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Cain Maduro Double Toro Cigar Review

This 6×60 dark chocolate stick offers a chunky, firm wrapper with minimal veins and seams. It gives a peppery and sweet tobacco aroma. First light reveals a light medium body smoke with peppery and sweet tobacco flavor. The first third is a bit light on smoke needing double-puffs and tunneling a bit, prompting touchups. Flavors are consistent with the addition of a slight leather. The 2nd third evens out the burn a bit but doesn’t change the flavor profile noticeably, only bringing a slight harshness to the back of my throat. The last third brings a touch of cinnamon but overall the whole thing is very consistent. Strength wise it is just about topping the charts near the end here although with only 1/2 as much flavor. I’m ending the stick a good 20 min early at this point simply because this combo isn’t something I enjoy at all and don’t like the after effects of too much power. Smoking the whole thing would easily bring a 1:45 smoke time. Thank you very much to Jeremie Plouffe for generously sending this for review, I did enjoy trying it!

  • Jérémie

    Great review Bryan ! I am glad your honnest about your reviews. I am sorry about the buzz lol I just had to send it to you. I thought age would help them, my friend had these cigars for a couple years or so. Next time how about the F Habano lol much smoother and flavorful. Smoke the AF 858 Maduro. I am excited about that review. One of my fav daily. Cheers my friend !

  • Chaz

    Wow… you didn’t look too good toward the end there!

    I tried one of these, and didn’t have as bad a buzz as you, but definitely thought the flavor wasn’t that interesting and got that same unpleasant harshness in the back of the throat. Another novelty smoke from Leccia 🙁

    Great review 🙂

  • lol thanks again Jeremie! (even though you are trying to kill me… 😉 )

    Chaz – yeah this actually reminded me of the NUB maduro I had – didn’t finish that either – same flavor, just doesn’t ring my bell.

  • Dude – must have got a bad stick there. Last bunch of these 6×60 Cains’ that I’ve smoked had perfect draw w/razor edge burn. Not a great smoke – but consistantly enjoyable. Nor do I find this Dbl. Toro a strong & full body smoke – even its brother the Oliva Dbl. Toro (6×60) ‘V’ is more potent. Takes me WELL over 2 hours to smoke this 6×60. Maybe more enjoyable to your palate would be the RP Vintage 90 6×60 – a milder, much sweeter maduro.

  • Dude – must have got a bad stick there. Last bunch of these 6×60 Cains’ that I’ve smoked had perfect draw w/razor edge burn. Not a great smoke – but consistantly enjoyable. Nor do I find this Dbl. Toro a strong & full body smoke – even its brother the Oliva Dbl. Toro (6×60) ‘V’ is more potent. Takes me WELL over 2 hours to smoke this 6×60. Maybe more enjoyable to your palate would be the RP Vintage 90 6×60 – a milder, much sweeter maduro.

  • mattS

    I’ve tried the full Cain line. I enjoyed the Maduro Toro size. Regular size stick. In my opinion the best Cain on the Market right now is the Cain Daytona “orange Label”. What a great mix of spicey, and smooth flavors. Make sure to grab the belicoso. I felt it had the most complex flavors, and punch. Be sure to verify on the label it says Cain “Daytona”. The bright orange is the Daytona, and says Daytona on it. I grabbed the red label by accident because the colors aren’t that far from each other under the humidors lights, and I’ve never enjoyed the red label cain.

    Later,
    BiggM
    🙂

  • chaase321

    Definitely a heavy cigar Bryan! You looked a little dazed in the end, but very nice review! This is one of my fav cigars!

  • Sinsandman

    Just smoked my first Cain Habano…it went out due to a really hard drag at about the inch mark. Even in this it was about 25 minutes in and I am spinning…the strength is nuts. I am not relighting because it is kicking my ass.

  • eric.hanson

    I had one of these in Toro about a year ago, it had a lot of strength to it, but I didn’t get a lot of flavors from it and I didn’t care too much for it. To be honest the only Cain I’ve liked is the Daytona.

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