Oliva Master Blend III Cigars.
The Master Blends III is the most limited production cigar made by the famous Oliva Cigar Family. This particular blend is spicy and very full bodied.
The Oliva Cigar Family holds the title as Nicaragua?s second largest tobacco grower. As such they tend to have first rights to the best leaf grown in the Central American nation. In years past the best leaves have been held for the private use of the family, but recently the legendary cigar maker has started producing its finest line of cigars, the Oliva Master Blends. Each release the blend is different and each time the quantity produced is entirely dependent on the yield from the crop for that season.
The release of the Master Blends III is the best year yet. This time we see the Oliva?s take advantage of an aged sun grown broadleaf wrapper for this box pressed cigar. However, what completes this blend is the Nicaraguan filler tobacco that has been cultivated from Habano seed ligero making this the fullest bodied Master Blends to date. The Olivas are very secretive about how many of each release they produce and they can run out at any moment. Don?t miss what could be your one and only chance to smoke this limited edition cigar from one of the worlds foremost cigar makers
Oliva Master Blend III, Churchill, 7 x 50, 20 per box
Price: $222.43 - Compare at $266.92
Oliva Master Blend III, Robusto, 5 x 50, 20 per box
Price: $184.77 - Compare at $221.72
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Oliva Master Blend III, Torpedo, 6 x 52, 20 per box
Price: $241.27 - Compare at $289.52
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