Latitude Zero cigars have become really popular among the P&C Faithful due to the top-notch leaf used in them, grown by the Oliva Tobacco Company. When making great long-filler cigars, there are going to be broken leaves and trimmings. This tobacco tastes every bit as good as the larger pieces, but you can't use them in a long-filler cigar. Well, in cigar-making, nothing goes to waste - even the stems are used as compost for the next crop. So the smaller pieces are set aside and mixed with long-filler to make a 'Cuban Sandwich'. These are tobaccos used in brands like Montecristo, so you know that it's superb leaf. The result is an affordable medium-bodied cigar that tastes much more expensive. Hop on the Latitude Zero bandwagon at a bargain price with Latitude Zero Tortas.