Oliva Serie V Maduro Especial are made in limited quantities. Each vitola consists of rich, full-bodied Nicaraguan tobaccos that are skillfully wrapped in an equally rich sun-grown Mexican San Andres maduro wrapper. The result is a spicy-sweet smoke that hits on all cylinders.
Don't think too long and hard about these because they move FAST. If you love bold Nicaraguans that deliver the goods in spades, drop a box in your cart today.
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These are very good cigars that you will love if you are a fan of the Oliva brand like we are. Great burn, flavors, aroma and construction. These are a main stay for us...
If you like the Oliva brand you need to try these, great flavor, razor sharp burn, construction and nice aroma. We will keep these as a main stay in our humidors on a regular basis...
LOVE THE OLIVA SERIE V. CANT GO WRONG WITH ANY V.
An excellent Cigar by Oliva. Full bodied and rich, but smooth as a babies butt from start to finish. Like all Oliva brands, it burns slow and evenly. It s just as smooth at the nub as when you first light it. The flavors wrapped together in this cigar make it a special treat, and something you want to share, but almost begrudgingly so. Try it after a good meal with most any refreshment. You ll love these. And you ll want more.
One of my favorites, but not fond of torpedoes in general.
This Oliva is top notch, taste, burn, construction it has it all.
Take this review for what it s worth; I received one of these in a FS assortment, so I only had one opportunity to try it, however, it is the worst draw I've ever had on a cigar. It was so tight that it bordered on unsmokable, until it was over halfway through, and then the draw was only okay. The taste seemed great, and I can't imagine that they all smoked like the one I received, so I don't want to knock it too hard. Please note that this wasn't a humidification problem -- other cigars out of my humi have burned and smoked great.