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.
For maduro fans with a lot of time, this is a cigar worth checking out. Well constructed with a smooth draw and consistent taste.Reasonably priced and worth a try !
I started searching for sweet tip cigars when my taste for Acide cigars faded. I wanted cigars that had a little treat at the beginning but not something that would be overpowering. I came across an article that had some of the top rated sweet tip cigars and the Flor de Oliva was among the choices. I misread the article and thought that the Maduro was the sweet tip. Glad I only ordered one to try because that was not what I wanted. I then ordered the natural wrapper in a 5 pack and low and behold it has been a go to cigar when I have time to sit and enjoy a long cigar. After sitting in my humidor for a few weeks the flavor mellowed out and I don’t get any long after taste. The sweet tip does wear off about 1/4 way down but by that time I have gotten into the cigar and don’t need the extra sweetness. I will order more. They are cheap enough to use for buddy sticks and for first time cigar smokers since it’s not strong.
The Flor de Oliva Maduro in Churchill lengthis a great everyday smoke. Every so often you ll get one that doesn t burn right but overall, for the price, they are well worth it.
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.