Haiti is not often recognized for being a Tobacco producer, despite sharing an island with the Dominican Republic, and only about 50 miles away from Cuba’s coasts, two countries almost primarily regarded for being Cigar producers. This means that Haiti has the geographic potential to create world-class cigars regarded in the same class as their neighbors. Supreme Tobacco is pioneering these efforts.
Using Haitian tobaccos for most of the cigar’s composition, the Supreme Bohekio, named after the Taíno Cicique of Jaragua, brings an incredibly refreshing array of flavors that can be described as meaty in a way that resembles hardwood smoked jerky. Notes of mild spices make their way into the fold, but overall, this cigar is a delicious meat stick.