DAV Cigars Announces Limited Edition Lancero Box

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DAV Cigars is adding a limited edition lancero vitola to its Aristocrat and Mestizo lines via a new 10-count box that includes five of each cigar.

The lanceros measure 7  x 38, and keep the same blend as their regular production counterparts. For the Aristocrat line, that means an Ecuadorian habano 2000 wrapper, Dominican olor binder and an all-Dominican filler. It is also available in a regular production 5 x 58 robusto gordo vitola. The Mestizo line uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, Dominican olor binder and Dominican filler. It is also offered in four regular production vitolas, a 6 x 42 corona, 6 x 54 double toro, 6 x 60 Presidente and 5 x 52 robusto.

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Both cigars are produced at Tabacalera Remembranza in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

The company is limiting production to just 200 boxes, which are referred to as the DAV Lancero Limited Edition. Each box is priced at $80 with individual cigars offered at $8 each, before taxes. Armen Caprielian of DAV Cigars told halfwheel that the cigars are currently shipping to retailers.

Image courtesy of DAV Cigars.

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