Presented in a box of 10, Oliva Serie G Tubos cigars are affordably-priced Toro-shape cigars. Superb Oliva handcraftsmanship, rich Nicaraguan tobaccos and the silkiest African Cameroon wrappers make for a smooth, well-balanced, and aromatic smoke that's medium-bodied, naturally sweet and earthy.
I bought a box of the tubos here after buying a cello Churchill in a store. It s a very nice cigar for the price. The wrapper has a nice darkish color to it and the smell before lighting is awesome. I wish they made a candle with that scent. On lighting, the taste is a little peppery but it mellows out very quickly. This is a cigar you re going to want to smoke slow and steady. The ash is snow white and it hangs on to the cigar for a while. I can often go nearly a third of the way through one of the toros before the ash drops. I call these budget Padrons because they smoke a lot like the Serie 1923 Padron cigars. If you want some of that same kind of flavor without paying fifteen bucks a stick, this is the cigar to get. I can t think of a bad thing to say about this cigar.
somewhat new to cigars but enjoyed this very much nice taste and appearance.
The Oliva Serie G is a really great cigar for the price (as is the Serie O). It is perfect for a new smoker or afternoon smoke because it is not too strong and it tastes well-aged right out of the box. Also has some of the sweetness characteristic of Cuban tobacco. A great cigar to give a friend you would like to convert into a fellow BOTL.
Excellent presentation in a cedar sleeve lined alum. tube that enhances the taste of this Cameroon wrapped toro treat, easy draw, with an even burn. A mild to med. body, with a nutmeg/ wooded light spice finish, a nice change up when ya want a break from ERH & Pepin smokes, without sacrificing taste & quality