Check it out. These Flor de Oliva Maduro 7X50 cigars are blended with Nicaraguan long-fillers, a broadleaf maduro wrapper, and they're cheap, but not cheaply made. Now you can get all that rich, well-balanced Oliva flavor in these value-priced cigars brimming with earthy-woody flavor. Order now.
Very nice maduro flavor but on the mild/mellow side. Good construction. I had none of the burn issues so far that others have mentioned. I learned a while ago by trial and error to keep maduros at a lower humidity for a good burn so they went to my humi that I maintain around 64%. If you re having burn issues, try storing at lower humidity or set them out a while before lighting. I d certainly recommend them.
Good looking, perfect draw, nice taste. But the first 20 out of the bundle have all canoed and had flaky ash. Still, not bad for buck a stick at auction.
This cigar has a great maduro wrapper for the price. Oliva always does. Tastes like a much more expensive cigar. Some burn a little uneven but that is what torch lighters are for
A buddy of mine and I were visiting a store, and although I was hesitant to try a maduro, the price was relatively cheap, so I went for it. The first one I smoked was smooth, and full of flavor. I couldn't believe I was smoking a $4 cigar. The second one was packed a little too tight, but I'm not letting that stop me from buying more. A great maduro for a great price.