Foundation Cigars The Tabernacle - Toro
The Tabernacle box narrates the intriguing history behind the cigar's name. The artwork prominently showcases Haile Selassie, the 225th King of Abyssinia, presently known as Ethiopia. It is worth noting that his lineage can be traced directly to the illustrious King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. Crafted with one of the most highly prized wrapper leaves globally, The Tabernacle Broadleaf Maduro exemplifies all the qualities sought after in a premium cigar. Meticulously aged, this cigar boasts a San Andrés binder and a harmonious blend of fillers sourced from Esteli in Nicaragua and the Jamastran Valley in Honduras.
The brand derives its name from the revered sanctuary of Hebrew scripture, The Tabernacle, renowned for housing the sacred Ark of the Covenant prior to the construction of the Temple of Solomon.
- Ring Gauge: 52
- Size: 6"
- Strength: Full
- Country: Nicaragua
- Wraper: CT BroadLeaf
- Filler: San Andrés Mexican
- Binder: Esteli/Jalapa/Jamastran
Nicholas Melillo, the esteemed founder and master blender at Foundation Cigar Company, embarks on global expeditions to source the most exquisite tobaccos, crafting exceptional and unforgettable smoking experiences. Employing time-honored cigar-making methodologies, Foundation Cigars prides itself on curating an extensive collection of premium cigars, catering to both novices and seasoned connoisseurs of the cigar world.