Fans of Cameroon wrapper have fallen in love with Oliva Serie 'G' because of its unmatched quality and very attractive price point. It is still considered one of the best values on the market and is one of Oliva's best-selling blends.
As the second largest grower of tobacco in Nicaragua, you could say the Oliva family knows a thing or two about cigars. The family has put their generations of experience in the industry to work, regularly producing some of the finest crops in the world, while utilizing the most skilled rollers and blenders in Nicaragua to create their legendary cigars.
While the Olivas are known for making some of the best cigars in Central America, they are also known for creating premium blends at a reasonable price. Oliva Serie 'G' Cameroon is no exception when it comes to both value and quality. The finest West African wrapper is combined with premium Nicaraguan long-leaf tobaccos to make a medium-bodied cigar with a unique aroma and flavor. This is one cigar not be missed.
Wow! What an amazing smoke. Bursting with flavor right off the bat, with notes of cocoa, cedar, coffee, nuts, cream, pepper, and spice. Extremely smooth and creamy down to the nub. Copious amounts of thick chewy smoke. Wonderful aroma with hints of coffee, cocoa, and spice. Burn was razor sharp and even down to the nub. Definitely box worthy. I would rate this between 90-94 pts.
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5 out of 5
Oliva Serie G rated 92
Dec 23, 2015
I really liked it and enjoyed smoking it.
Margen W.✔ Verified Buyer
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4 out of 5
Very good smoke in a small package
Dec 07, 2015
My favorite of all the Olivas! Well constructed, excellent flavor--must be the Cameroon wrapper, good draw, and fair amount of smoke for the size. I like smaller cigars, and I'll buy a box next time (tho' I wish they came in 20s).
The Oliva Serie ‘G’ is one of those cigars you really have to have in your humidor. It’s a great everyday smoke that has a consistent flavor throughout. The African Cameroon wrapper really sets off the Nicaraguan filler with notes of rich coffee and a slight spice. And like a fine wine, it only gets better with age.