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.
Stumbled upon these cigars and ordered some. This is one of the best values in a full flavor stick and Oliva to boot. Definitely recommend!
This a good cigar. When I first tried them they were good and peppery for one quarterof the cigar. I tried them again and this time it was three quarters of the cigar. Enjoyable and relaxing. I ve bought 5 boxes and will continue to buy them.
This was a good, but not great smoke. For the price though I would pick some up again, just not rush out.
The Inferno 3rd Degree started out strong. It has a real pleasant pepper bite that reminded me of a mild hot sauce. I soon came to find out though that this cigar was a one note wonder.After about an inch into this smoke the aggressive pepper sensation started to diminish. It soon became apparent that were no other notable flavors. Halfway through I knew I d never try this brand again.I hate to say it, but the Inferno 3rd Degree was much like smoking a toilet paper roll that was dipped in hot sauce. It just lacked depth, and when the pepper edge started to disappear 30-40% of the way in, I was left with a boring cigar.The construction on the Inferno 3rd Degree was quality. It was tight, and felt like holding a hard ball. I expected this cigar s draw to be tough, but it was not.Overall I would recommend trying one for yourself. This cigar seems to get high reviews on some of the review sites. I can t figure out why though. This might be a good place for cigar beginners to start. They will understand what a pepper taste is like. It smoked like a medium cigar, leaning a bit on the mild side. So it didn t pack a wallop.Even though I would recommend trying the Inferno 3rd Degree, I personally will never smoke it again. It was generally an unmemorable cigar, and a brand I will soon forget about.