Latitude Zero, a Scandinavian Tobacco Group-owned brand named in honor of Ecuador’s tobacco growing regions, is expanding its lineup with the addition of a new expression named Latitude Zero Signature.
“Latitude Zero Signature is rich and refined with an intriguing spice. It complements the original Latitude Zero blend, offering a completely unique smoking experience. This cigar smokes like an ultra-premium, so it’s a great choice for someone who wants the utmost in tobacco quality and complexity at a great price point,” comments Kevin Irvine, product coordinator of STG’s online and retail division.
Latitude Zero Signature features premium, hand-selected tobaccos grown by Oliver Tobacco Company. This new cigar was blended by Raul Disla and was created to expend the company’s Latitude Zero line. Disla selected a robust assortment of Nicaraguan Habano, Dominican Habano and Connecticut Broadleaf fillers for this new blend. Latitude Signature Zero is crowed with an Ecuadoran Sumatra leaf from the lush, cloud-covered equatorial growing region that the brand gets its name from. The finished product is a full-bodied cigar brimming with notes of pepper, leather and cream and alluring spice.
Latitude Zero Signature will be available in three sizes: Robusto (5 x 54), Toro (6 x 52), and Gordo (6 x 60). Each cigar will have a suggested retail price ranging from $8 to $8.75.
Latitude Zero Signature is available now and distribution will be handled by Meier & Dutch Wholesale Cigar Distributors. The cigar is handcrafted in Nicaragua at the NACSA factory.
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