|Shapes:||Churchill, Lancero/Panatela, Robusto, Toro|
Where would we be as a species if Sir Isaac Newton never had that apple fall on his head, or if Benjamin Franklin had decided, “No, I don’t feel like experimenting with my metal key and kite in this lightning storm tonight.” I for one certainly couldn’t even imagine, and that’s why I’m delighted to take on my own experiment and apply massive discounts to these prices—that’s right look at our price vs MSRP, and see the monstrous deal I’ve created. Some may say I'm mad, but they haven't put me in the looney bin yet.
Experimental Blend is a home run, and is poised to surpass even the original Latitude Zero core line, which would be no easy task. Graced with that extraordinary, easy on the eyes Ecuadorian Cameroon wrapper from 2009 that is literally one-of-a-kind hailing from the fertile farms of Oliva Tobacco Company. Underneath this fine cloak, a rare Nicaraguan Criollo ’98 binder from Oliva’s La Joya farm envelopes a mix of Nicaraguan Criollo ’98 long-fillers. Medium-bodied and brimming with nuances of cedar, sweet-spice, and oak, all at an outstanding price, Latitude Zero Experimental Blend is one experimental success.