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The industry’s leading tobacco growers.

If you mention names like Arturo Fuente, Davidoff, Ashton, Drew Estate and Montecristo, you can instantly grab the attention of any cigar enthusiast. But what do all these cigar brands have in common? They all get many of their tobaccos from the Oliva Tobacco Company in Tampa, Florida.

Latitude Zero is a medium to full-bodied blend that utilizes the top 1% of the crop. On the outside lies a special R13E grade Habano Ecuador wrapper selected in extremely small batches. This is the top-grade wrapper at the factory, and commonly referred to as the “Angel’s Cut.” An exceptional binder leaf that has undergone a unique fermentation process encases a 2010 crop of Cuban-seed fillers from their farm in Esteli named La Joya, “The Jewel.” The result is a potent blend with a multi-dimensional flavor profile that is equally sophisticated and refined.

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I'm a huge fan of quality Habano wrapped cigars so I had to give these a try after reading the cigar.com sales pitch. I tried the Robusto and these cigars are phenomenal and the hype is all true. A very well balanced medium to full smoke with a great even burn. Well aged and smooth with the perfect blend of spice, sweetness and earthy flavors. Get ready to burn your fingers before you put this one down. Thanks C.C
Wow this Cigar just blows me away. It exudes thick decadent layers of complex flavors that will melt You away. One of the absolute best Cigars that I have ever smoked. If You try it You will love it too. Guaranteed.

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This may be the best cigar of 2014. Latitude Zero utilizes the top 1% of the tobacco harvested and comes across medium to full-bodied. Notes of earth, leather, and cedar with hints of espresso migrate from puff to puff. Pair it with something subtle so you don’t miss out on the wondrous complexity.