An attractive branded tin containing 5 cellophane wrapped cigars!
Oliva Cigar Family: The Oliva family is one of the most well regarded and respected Cigar making families in the world. They produce some of the finest and most sort after Cigars in the world with more award winning Cigars than we could ever dream of fitting on this page. Their roots stem back to 1886 when Melanio Oliva first grew Tobacco in Cuba and took great pride in growing the finest Tobacco possible. Over the years, he established a family tradition of quality that has echoed through the generations and has refused to enter the mass production out of pride to ensure that only the finest Cigars bear their family name. Every aspect of the process from sowing the seeds to the final rolling and even the manufacture of the boxes is done by the Oliva family in Esteli, Nicaragua to ensure they maintain full control over the quality. Patience is foremost, where other companies rush the curing process Oliva show great restraint to ensure their leaves are well cured and behold no bitter flavours.
Oliva Serie G Natural Cameroon The Oliva Serie G Natural is a medium bodied Cigar which boasts the usual flawless construction and draw that we have come to expect from the Oliva family. The Cigar is blended using Nicaraguan Habano and Cuban Seed Habano for the binder and filler before being finished with an authentic African-Cameroon wrapper. The unique flavour notes of this wrapper are complimented by the natural richness of Nicaraguan Habano fillers which have been expertly blended by the Nicaraguan master blenders. The result is an excellent well balanced Cigar boasting complex notes of cedar and coffee.
Loose boxed: The Oliva Cigars are packaged loose in a tin of 5. The cigars are kept in our humidors until dispatch and preferably should be stored in a humidor as soon as you receive them. If you are planning on smoking them within a couple of weeks the cigars should be okay as long as they are kept sealed in a cool dark place.
Preparation: Please note the Oliva cigars require cutting or punching before they can be enjoyed.