Cain Daytona Cigars were released back in 2011. The Cain Daytona uses all Nicaraguan tobaccos. The wrapper is a Habano, and for the filler they use a Jalapa Valley Ligero. If you are looking for an alternative to the original Cain, which is a strong, full-bodied cigar, the Daytona just might be what you’re looking for. While not as aggressive as the Cain F, it does have a nice variety of flavors and the profile is somewhat complex. The cigar is medium-bodied and smooth to smoke.