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Avo North and South

AVO North & South Regional Limited Editions

AVO Cigars announces two more regional editions. With “North” and “South”, last year’s “East” and “West” editions complete the cardinal points.

Regional North Edition
The Avo Regional North highlights the Perfecto format with combination of San Vicente and Piloto fillers from multiple regions in the Dominican Republic, and a wrapper leaf grown in the Dominican Republic. Accoring to the manufacturer, the cigar delivers notes of nuts, coffee, cedarwood and leather that best match flavours experienced in a Northern climate. The cigars are encased in a powder blue box that represents the cool and crisp characteristics of the North.

Regional South Edition
The Avo Regional South Edition  Torpedo format. The blend features filler and binder tobacco leaves comprised of Honduran, Dominican and Peruvian origin. The wrapper comes from Ecuador (Connecticut seed). The manufacturer promises creamy smoke, earthy aroma and pepper notes. A sunny yellow box symbolizes the sunny weather in the south.

“Each of the two cigars is tailored to and inspired by the respective region of the United States. A second for the AVO Cigars brand to launch a limited edition made of two blends, all the more they should be savoured together with friends”, states Edward Simon, Chief Marketing Officer at Oettinger Davidoff AG.

AVO Regional North Edition
Size: 6 5/8 x 50 | 168 x 19,8
Format: Perfecto
Wrapper: Dominican Republic
Binder: Hybrid Olor/Piloto Seco
Filler: San Vicente Visus, San Vicente Mejorado Ligero, Piloto Ligero and Hybrid Olor/Piloto Ligero Production: 4,250 boxes of 10, worldwide

AVO Regional South Edition
Size: 7” 7 x 50 | 178 x 19,8
Format: Torpedo
Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut
Binder: Ecuador Connecticut
Filler: San Vicente Visus, San Vicente Seco, Honduras Jamastran Seco and Peruvian Seco Production: 4,100 boxes of 10, worldwide

Launch and availability
The AVO Regional Limited Editions is available worldwide in October 2020 in select tobacco retail outlets with a limited production of 8.350 boxes. Launch dates may vary depending on country.

 

Reinhold C. Widmayer

His journalistic career began in 1979 as a freelancer for German-language newspapers in the US, and later for Austrian media including Die Wochenpresse and Das Wirtschaftsblatt. For ten years he also produced programs for over 60 radio stations around the world. In 1994, Reinhold C. Widmayer devoted himself to all things cigar, publishing technical articles in cigar magazines. He began working for Cigar Journal in 2001 and became editor-in-chief in 2005; under his auspices the journal has established itself as the world’s leading cigar magazine.


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