Oliva is an award-winning cigar brand renowned for its quality but budget cigars. Flor De Oliva is one of them and holds the root of modern cigars. This Classic cigar reflects the master class of Oliva Cigar Co.
Build and Production
This Cigar is produced in the factories of Oliva Cigar co.
The cigar is premium build. It is firm and solid. The wrapper holds the filler very well. The seams are carefully hidden. Moreover, the veins are minimal. The filler and the binder are Nicaraguan Tobacco.
Flor comes in Robusto, Toro, Churchill, and Lonsdale. The Robusto-shaped cigar is 5 inches and has a 50 ring size. It has an appearance of dark brown color.
It is wrapped with Mexican Ecuador leaf. The wrapping is done by hand. It is compactly built and has a solid broadleaf.
Smoking the whole cigar will give coffee, caramel, spicey, and woody flavors.
At this portion, there is a little bit of grass and hay on the back. On the front, there is a lot of caramel and coffee. It doesn't change from lighting up to the end of the first portion. The range at this point is mild to medium.
At this moment, the flavors are not changed that much. The spicy and woody flavors come a little bit, but the coffee and caramel flavor builds up to a medium range. The smoke stays nice and smooth, on the thicker side.
At the last part, the cigar flavors are quite dead. The coffee and caramel flavor is quite gone. The tobacco flavor builds up. But the flavors do not change in range. It stays in the medium range. On the good side, no bitter taste of sourness comes throughout the whole cigar.
Although this is a cheap cigar, the burn on this is great. It burns at a steady pace. The burn line is razor-sharp. It becomes wavy sometimes. The ash holds nicely and has a silky texture. The draw is perfect.
It is a unique stick as it gives you flavors that you wouldn't get from a cheap stick. The range stays in the medium. Ash stays firm and solid. No bitterness will ruin your mouth. Tagging this cigar for budget best will be appropriate.