Inferno 3rd Degree Cigars are here to stoke the ember of our collective passion of cigars by lighting our taste buds on fire with an assault of complex flavors, and a blast of 4 alarm strength. This Oliva original cigar is an all Nicaraguan stogie featuring only premium triple-fermented tobaccos, all encased in an eye-opening Habano seed wrapper. The end result is a taste unfound in any corner of the cigar market today. Get your Inferno 3rd Degree today, and light up your down time.
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great flavor with your favorite bottle of bourbon, definitely a must try
Great smokeExcellent draw
Amazing for the price. I’m a fan of the Cain line from oliva, this is on the same level all day with great full flavor with no harshness, burns evenly and draws like a dream with great smoke output.
This is a well blended and constructed medium stick. I bought a box and am very happy with these!
Excellent gigar will continue to buy
For seasoned smokers. Nice flavor, but unless you ve had a lot of experience with nicotine, the 60 ring might be a little overwhelming. One of my favorite afternoon smokes.
Smooth even burn, very satisfying smoke.
I’m not a cigar snob by any means, I have had and still do have some top shelf offerings, but let’s be honest $10 cigars are not financially sustainable for a 4-5 cigar a day smoker. After trying numerous low cost cigars to fill this void and finding all of them basically garbage I gave these a try. They will not win a beauty pageant and are not complex but they are well constructed and are flavorful. On my third box and find them to be a perfect fit for just having a cigar.
A fantastic cigar that starts with a mild earthy flavor, that transitions into a smooth, rich, mellow smoke. At the midpoint, I got a delicious draw that surprised me with slight peppery notes. At one point I got another surprising taste of cacao. The aftertaste of the cigar left a delicious taste of burned lumber that faded into slightly ashy notes with time.