AVO Syncro Nicaragua and Fogata Puritos Now Available

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The AVO brand of cigars has gone small for its two newest releases, the AVO Syncro Nicaragua Puritos and AVO Syncro Nicaragua Fogata Puritos.

Both cigars measure 4 x 30 and come packed in 10-count tins priced at $25 each.

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As with their larger sized counterparts, the AVO Syncro Nicaragua features an Ecuadorian wrapper, Dominican binder and fillers from Nicaragua, Peru, and the Dominican Republic, while the AVO Syncro Nicaragua Fogata uses an Ecuadorian wrapper, Mexican binder and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.

“In a world where finding time to enjoy a cigar can be somewhat challenging, we are excited to expand the
famed AVO Puritos line of shorter cigars with the winning Syncro Nicaragua Box Pressed and wildly exotic,
artfully composed Syncro Nicaragua Fogata blends,” said Charles Awad, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Oettinger Davidoff AG in a press release.

He added that the Puritos size are “ideal companions for those aficionados looking to enjoy an exceptional short cigar on a coffee break or during a moment of escape in a hectic day.”

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