I didn't realize these still existed. An English nobleman in a series of books I love smoked these, and those books were set in England the period between the world wars. I'm sure cigars have changed a lot since then, since those are now cheap smokes, but still, that's really cool that you posted that. I've never had one, but I think now I need to try one just to see what they're all about. Smoking a young Cain F, in the 6x46 size (a favorite of mine), and it's an interesting experience. It is a really tasty cigar, even with only a couple weeks rest on it. In fact, it's better than a DPG JJ Belicoso I had last night. Less peppery and more smooth (which is amazing considering this thing's Jalapa ligero components), and more rounded flavor profile. The JJ was much better rested too. What the hell? I generally love the JJ, so I'm thinking maybe it was a bad stick or just a bad night for my taste buds. Weird. This Cain is great though, and the construction/draw is typical Oliva, which is to say, perfect. Try the Cain F, unless you hate spice. It may surprise you. Best Cain offering I've had yet.