Wrapper: Nicaraguan

Binder: Nicaraguan

Filler:  Nicaraguan (32% Esteli Ligero, 25% Condega, 25% Jalapa Ligero)

Shape:  Lancero

Size:  7 x 38

Country: Nicaragua

Strength: Full

Price Range: $6.00 per cigar or $65.00 for a box of ten

The Cain F Lancero is packaaged in aluminum tubes and sold in the Limited Edition Studio Tobac Cigar Sampler. This is the only lancero sold in the tubo format. The effort and time taken into producing the lancero version of the Cain F is best said by John Gazerro:

 “I really don’t care if anyone else likes this cigar.  I love lanceros so I’ll smoke every one of them myself.  The blend on this cigar is fantastic.  They nailed it at the factory.” says Executive Board member John Gazerro. “Seriously, lanceros are the perfect size for something limited like this.  It’s not a size that sells well, but it’s probably the most respected size in the super-elite cigar community.”   Gazerro continued “This cigar isn’t for novices.  It’s definitely strong; but the real aficionados will appreciate the huge flavor and lack of harshness.” 

Well Mr. Gazerro you shouldn’t worry that no one will like the Cain F Lancero and you certainly won’t being smoking them all.

The Look: Has this peaked your interest? It should. The Studio Tobac Cain F Lancero Tubo smoked for this review came fromm a box with a clear lid displaying ten Cain F Lanceros inside styled red aluminum tubes prominently reading Cain F Straight Ligero with a fitting yellow cap. Braking the seal and taking out one of these tubes and unscrewing the cap it showed to hold a  7 x 38 well constructed mid range brown cigar with with some prominent veins.

The Start: This cigar gave off an aroma of spice, cinnamon, pine, and a mixture of earthy barnyard hay tones and the foot gave beheld an aroma of spice and barnyard. After v-cutting the cap the predraw produced spice, light red pepper, and barnyard flavors. Lighting the Cain F Lancero and taking a few initial draws flavors of caramelized sugar, spice, and a dominate woodiness was present.

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Comment by Coop on February 2, 2012 at 10:36am

I have been eyeing these online. Thanks for the write up!

Comment by Good Fellas Cigars on February 2, 2012 at 12:32pm

They were very good! Considering lanceros don't play nice with me some times lol. I tend to smoke the lanceros too fast and they get harsh but this one i didn't have a problem with.

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