|Length||5 1/2 Inches|
The people of the ancient Olmec civilization were forebearers of tobacco cultivation, having grown and used the plant long before even the Aztecs and the Mayans. Blended in homage to these “early adapters” of the leaf, Foundation's Olmec cigars are crafted using wrapper leaves that were pulled from the soils of the San Andrés Valley in Veracruz, Mexico that the Olmecs once called home.
Full in body with commanding rich taste in two unique wrapper shades, Olmec cigars are filled out with a careful selection of Nicaraguan tobaccos to create their earthy and layered profile with piquant tones of spice, cacao, and dark roast coffee. Fire up the Claro for a more refined experience and the maduro for a full-throttle flavor blast – either way, you’re tapping into a delicious ritual that has endured for perhaps as long as time itself.