It all started as a theory, before it was born into reality in the Oliva factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. Nub cigars were a novel concept when they were first invented – a short cigar that burnt just as long as its longer counterparts, thanks to expertly packed and bunched tobacco, which hit its “sweet spot” immediately upon lighting. Indeed, who would’ve thought back then that Oliva’s experiment would’ve paid off so handsomely and delivered one of the most popular cigar lines in year? Today, Nub is available in a variety of wrappers, each one more delicious than the last.
Cameroon - dark and leathery to the touch. A sweet, cedary profile with an intriguing spice. The aftertaste is dry and toasty. Intense pepper through the nose. A medium to full-bodied cigar that’s toasty and complex, yet smooth.