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Monday, 09 August 2010

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Serie G

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For those looking for something with a little less kick, Oliva presents the Serie G. The Serie G strays away from the boldness offered by the Serie V, for example, and is medium-bodied. The line succeeded in garnering top praise from critics, which seems to be a recurring theme with Oliva. Nicaraguan Habano tobacco is used for the filler, and the binder is of the Cuban Seed Habano variety. An thin Cameroon wrapper completes this line that features flavors of coffee and cedar. The Serie G comes in ten different sizes. Depending on the size, you can find the cigar in boxes of 10, 25, 48, or even small tins.

Serie G Maduro

The Serie G Maduro finishes off the offerings from Oliva. It is similar to the original Serie G with its Nicaraguan Habano filler and Cuban Seed Habano binder. It differs from the original in the fact that it is completed by a very dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. You can find the Serie G Maduro in six different sizes that come packed in quantities of 24 per box.

Master Blends 3

If you enjoy cigars with a bit of complexity that are full-bodied, the Master Blends 3 line might be up your alley. The Master Blends 3 is the third release of its kind from Oliva. It is an extremely limited cigar due to the scarcity of the leaves used in its construction. In fact, it's been said that the line was previously reserved for members of the Oliva family. The cigar has received positive press for its quality, and it features a Nicaraguan Ligero filler and a Nicaraguan Habano binder. Completing its composition is a Sungrown Broadleaf wrapper. One can look forward to hints of earth and spice as well as other flavors when smoking the Master Blends 3. The line is offered in four different sizes and comes in boxes of 20.

That just about does it for this Puff Profile. You'd be well served in picking up an Oliva cigar for yourself, as the chance that you will get a dud is highly unlikely. This is one brand that knows how to produce quality cigars.

 

 

 

 






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