The name Acme Cigar Company comes from an old U-S brand that began in the late 19th century. The idea was to reinvent an old tradition for modern tastes.
The cigars are being made at Nicaragua’s second oldest factory and one of the nation’s largest operations, Nicaraguan American Cigars SA, or NACSA, founded by legendary cigar maker Frank Llaneza. The tobaccos come from Oliva Tobacco Company which has been in tobacco since 1934 and growing its own tobacco for cigars since 1959. The company owns one farm in Nicaragua and four farms in Ecuador and contracts many other growers who work exclusively for Oliva.
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