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Foundation Cigar Co.

Highclere Castle Senetjer

The cigar was created to honor the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhman’s tomb in November 1922 by archaeologist Howard Carter and the great-grandfather of Lord Carnarvon, George Herbert, who funded the operation.

The Tabernacle David

After just over two years in the humidor, it’s time to revisit the smaller of two perfectos that Foundation Cigar Co. added to The Tabernacle line in October 2020.

Olmec Claro Robusto

The line is named after the Olmecs, a civilization that once occupied the area that is famous in the cigar world for growing Mexican San Andrés tobacco. As you might expect, that’s where the wrapper comes from for this release.

Menelik Toro

The line that debuted as an event-only cigar got its second vitola this year.

The Tabernacle Havana Seed CT No.142 Corona

After roughly three-and-a-half years, it’s time to revisit the The Tabernacle Havana Seed CT No.142 Corona from an original shipment.

Tabernacle Havana Seed CT No.142 Goliath

In January 2014, Nicholas Melillo left his job as the executive vice-president of international operations for Drew Estate Tobacco Company. Soon after, he founded Melillo International—a…

Highclere Castle Victorian Toro

Foundation Cigar Co.’s portfolio includes an impressive range of cigars, from flavored to traditional, fairly mild to fairly full and in your face. There’s also…

The Wise Man Maduro Firecracker

Summer means warm and sunny days, vacations, and since 2007, the newest release in a series of short and fairly potent cigars. That’s the year…

El Güegüense 5 Year Aniversario

If you are a cigar company celebrating an anniversary, it almost always means a new cigar to commemorate. For Foundation Cigar Co., 2020 marked the…

The Tabernacle David

This fall, Foundation Cigar Co. added a pair of perfectos to The Tabernacle line, and like the line’s biblical name, the cigars draw their names…

Charter Oak Habano Torpedo

Cigar companies adding new wrapper options to existing blends is nothing new and has been written about more times than I would like to admit….