The Latitude Zero Torpedo (6.5″ x 52)
Hi I’m Stephanie with CheapHumidors.com and today we’re back with another unboxing, our box today is the Latitude Zero. The box is pretty simple on the outside, it has nothing on the sides or the back there’s just the name and logo on the top of the box. Then on the bottom they tell you how many cigars you will be receiving and where they were handmade. So once you open up the box you see the cigars and you see that they carried their name and logo onto the lid of the box. They also have a map of the world etched onto the wood, which is really cool because they’re playing into the whole Latitude theme that they’re having. And then you’re going to see the cigars, so there’s two trays of 10, so 20 cigars, and they come with ribbons so they’re easy to remove. As far as this box goes this is definitely one you would want to keep, once you’re done with all these cigars or you know get them, remove the cigars and put them in your humidor. Then utilize the box for anything, since the trays are removable there’s a lot you can do with this. Especially since this is such a pretty box.
So now onto the cigars. These cigars hail from Nicaragua, they are a torpedo shape as you can see. They are 6.5 inches long with a 52 ring gauge. The filler is Nicaraguan, the binder is a Connecticut Broadleaf, and the wrapper is an Ecuador Habano. These combinations with the wrapper, filler, and binder produce a lovely medium to full body cigar. Now the bands, and I say “bands” because if you see on the back there is two. They have the compass band layered over the map band, and they’re gorgeous, they’re die-cut and embossed. It’s just two lovely bands you will definitely want to add to your collection.
So that wraps it up for today’s unboxing of the Latitude Zero. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve ever tried the Latitude Zero or if you’re interested in trying one. Also let me know if you want to see any specific unboxings in the future and I’ll see you next week with Kayla’s review.Unboxing the Latitude Zero Torpedo (6.5" x 52) by Stephanie Bolen