|Shapes||Double Corona, Gordo, Robusto, Toro|
Ecuador is an excellent place for cigar tobacco, especially wrapper leaf because it's often overcast so it's a natural shade. As the name implies, Ecuador sits right on the equator, meaning that the climate allows for longer growing seasons. For those reasons, Ecuador produced some of the finest wrappers available, and that's certainly true for the capa that enrobes the outstanding Latitude Zero.
It all starts with a remarkable Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, selected specifically for Latitude Zero and grown by the Oliva Tobacco Company (not to be confused with the Oliva Cigar Company). This silky, flavorful, chocolate-brown leaf is graded in the top 1%, and since the wrapper is the key flavor element of a cigar, you know you're in for an amazing ride. The cigars are rolled in Nicaragua using a Nicaraguan binder and long-fillers grown in Esteli. This is a robust, yet refined, cigar that's on the full side of medium-bodied and boasts notes of nuts, oak, black pepper, cream, and a touch of brown sugar. Latitude Zero is where rich flavor and refinement meet, so if you're looking for a beautifully balanced experience, you need to look no further.