With HVC being one of the first brands to embrace the winning combination of the TABSA factory and AGANORSA puro blend styles, I find myself shocked and, quite honestly, ashamed at my lack of experience within the company's portfolio. Serie A makes the bold assertion that it contains strictly grade-A tobaccos throughout the blend. With a sub-ten-dollar price point, this will have some skeptical. But the proof is in the pudding, as the cigar smokes with all the flavor, complexity, and construction of something twice its price point. This is a cigar that makes a world of difference when tuning out all the noise. Smoking it a few times casually, I had the assumption it was an above-average experience. But smoking the Serie A with complete focus opened up flavor combinations on an entirely different level. The profile is loaded with sugary flavors (many revolving around Italian cookies) and, when combined with the "it factor" waxy texture, it becomes an absolute must-buy; especially for those with a bit of a sweet tooth.