A quick history lesson before I start gushing about how friggin’good these are:
Back when Columbus’ was sailing the ocean blue, it was widely believed that he had found the route to India. So, when tobacco was discovered in America, it was referred to as “Indorum Sana Sancta,” or “Sacred Herb of India,”in English. Villiger’s game-changing San’Doro cigar takes its name from this term.
Crafted at Oliva’s TABOLISA factory in Estelí, Nicaragua, The San'Doro Claro wraps an Ecuadorian Connecticut Habano leaf over a blend of potent Nicaraguan binder and fillers to bring you a nice, medium bodied smoke with complexity that begs to be paired with a great cup of coffee. You can safely expect a creamy ensemble of cedar, pepper, graham cracker, and more.
Dont cheat yourself out of one of the finest smokes you’ll likely ever experience - give the “Sacred Herb of India” a special place in your humidor today.