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The Tabernacle Havana Seed CT No. 142

Foundation Cigar Company’s mission is to provide the best hand-made cigars to connoisseurs around the world. They work with select tobacconists who recognize their passion and dedication to producing quality artisan products in the valley of Esteli, Nicaragua.

The Tabernacle features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over a San Andres binder and combined filler using tobacco from Jamistran in Honduras and the Jalap and Esteli Valleys in Nicaragua. The reference to “Tabernacle” is as a container for the Ark of the Covenant and the artwork on the label features an image of Hailie Selassie, 225th King of Abyssinia, whose lineage traces directly to King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. (Source)

“The Tabernacle Havana seed Connecticut No. 142 from Foundation Cigar Company. One of the most difficult to work with tobaccos in the would adorn this complex and well balanced full bodied cigar. The difficulty in working with Havana seed Connecticut tobacco also makes it one of the rarest tobaccos to use in a blend making this cigar a wonderful rare treat with notes of medium bodied coffee, bitter chocolate, and soft leather. This cigar is best enjoyed at a celebration or special event and would pair well with full bodied beers and IPAs,” writes Matt W of The Cigar Box.

The Cigar Box is a family-owned, retail cigar store with two locations in Indianapolis and Carmel, Indiana. Learn more at

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