Only 2,000 boxes of the limited edition AVO Improvisation LE17 were made. This cigar is based off AVO's Syncro, Syncro Fogata and AVO LE05 blends. The Dominican filler and binder are the same aged tobaccos they used for the AVO LE05, considered by many to be the best AVO limited edition cigar ever. There is also Nicaraguan Esteli tobaccos in the filler that they use in their AVO Syncro Fogata blend. The wrapper leaf is Ecuadorian Habano Marron Claro.
These new limited edition AVO cigars start shipping to retailers on Wednesday, March 22nd.
The first box pressed cigar for AVO, the Syncro Nicaragua Series features a blend of Nicaraguan, Dominican and Peruvian tobaccos for the filler. The binder is from the Dominican Republic and the wrapper leaf is an Ecuadorian Connecticut Sun Grown.
The famed AVO Classic blend is the foundation for this first installment of the AVO Improvisation Series. The AVO Classic tobaccos are "covered" with Nicaraguan, Mexican and Ecuadorian tobaccos. This combination of tobaccos brings to life the AVO Classic Covers 2015 Limited Edition, providing an experience that will be savored for years to come. Only 3,500 boxes were made for the United States. In addition to the Dominican tobaccos of the original AVO Classic filler blend, the AVO Classic Covers also has a touch of Nicaraguan Ometepe Ligero. The binder was changed to Mexican San Andres and the wrapper is Davidoff's famed Ecuadorian 702.
A new limited edition AVO cigar to celebrate Avo’s 87th birthday! The AVO Dominant 13th is limited to just 6,000 boxes in the U.S. The filler blend consists of five unique tobaccos from the Dominican Republic: Piloto Viso, Habano Viso, San Vincente Ligero, Corojo Ligero and Olor Liger. The binder is a Yamasa from the DR and the wrapper is a Habano 2000 from Ecuador. The cigars measure 6 x 52 and come thirteen to a box. Single cigars are $15.25 and boxes are $195. The cigars are due to arrive around the end of March.