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Oliva Adding New Sizes To Serie V Melanio And Melanio Maduro

Oliva Adding New Sizes To Serie V Melanio And Melanio Maduro

Oliva Adding New Sizes To Serie V Melanio And Melanio Maduro 150 150 Scott Sherer

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Oliva Cigar Company will be adding some new sizes to their Serie V Melanio and their Serie V Melanio Maduro lines. The Serie V Melanio will only be getting one new addition. The Serie V Melanio Maduro will be getting three new sizes for fans to choose from. All of the new additions to the lines will come in 10-count boxes.

  • The Oliva Serie V Melanio is getting a 52 x 152mm (6″) Toro. The Melanio uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper with a binder and filler from Nicaragua.
  • The Oliva Serie V Melanio Maduro three new additions are: No.4 Petite Corona 46 x 114mm (4.5″), Toro 52 x 152mm (6″), and a Double Toro 60 x 152mm (6″). The Melanio Maduro uses the same binder and filler as the regular Melanio but uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper.

Cigars will be on display at this year’s PCA trade show. Cigars should start shipping shortly after the trade show for arrival later in July 2021.