Foundation Cigars Charter Oak Connecticut Broadleaf
Long before Dutch settlers came to our shores, the Native Americans cultivated tobacco and held councils beneath the massive branches of the Charter Oak tree. It is a sacred tree and is a long standing symbol of American independence.
Charter Oak also pays tribute to Foundation Cigars founder, Nick Melillo’s grandfather, who while earning a modest salary working for the Winchester Repeating Arms factory after WWII, smoked exclusively broadleaf cigars manufactured by FD Graves on State St.
The cigar has notes of rich earth, natural sweetness with a medium to full smoking experience.
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Nicaragua Habano
Sold as singles
Packaged in 20 count boxes
This cigar is available in two vitolas:
- Rothschild | 4.5 X 50
- Lonsdale | 6.25 X 46