The AVO Syncro series will be expanding with a new line, this time dedicated to the entire Caribbean.

It’s a new three-vitola regular production line that will use a Dominican wrapper over an Ecuadorian binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Davidoff says that the cigars are made using “natural distribution,” which the company says the “ratios of tobaccos from each priming are matched in the blend in all vitolas.” Primings refers to the vertical grouping of a tobacco plant, typically divided into viso, seco and ligero.

  • AVO Syncro Caribe Robusto (5 x 50) — $10.90 (Box of 20, $218)
  • AVO Syncro Caribe Toro (6 x 52) — $11.90 (Box of 20, $238)
  • AVO Syncro Caribe Special Toro (6 x 60) — $12.90 (Box of 20, $258)

“The AVO Syncro series is centered around the concept of tobacco synchronization,” said Lana Fraser, director of marketing and retail at Davidoff of Geneva USA, in a press release. “This is an incorporation of the diversity, complexity and compatibility of selected tobaccos from varying regions. With the newest addition of the AVO Syncro Caribe, we strive to deliver new frontiers in cigar experiences.”

Davidoff says it will begin shipping the AVO Syncro Caribe in mid-August.

Charlie Minato

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