Davidoff’s Escurio, Nicaragua and Yamasá blends will be receiving a new size in the form of a 4 x 56 Gran Torpedo size. The company announced that it will add the vitolas as part of its holiday season offerings.

The Davidoff Nicaragua blend was the first of the Discovery Pillar blends introduced. It uses a Nicaraguan habano rosado wrapper over a Nicaraguan habano binder and fillers from the Condega, Estelí and Ometepe regions of Nicaragua. This is the eighth size for the line.

It’s priced at 18 CHF ($18.13) per cigar.

Yamasá is centered around a San Vicente wrapper from the Yamasá region of the Dominican Republic. The binder also comes from the region and the fillers are from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The Gran Torpedo is the seventh vitola for the Yamasá line.

It’s priced at 23.60 CHF ($23.77) per cigar.

The Davidoff Escurio uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper over a Cuban-seed Brazilian wrapper and fillers from Brazil and the Dominican Republic. This is the eighth size for the Escurio line.

It’s priced at 18 CHF ($18.13) per cigar.

In addition, the company has added a tubo version of the Davidoff Yamasá Robusto.

None of the new sizes will be offered in the U.S.

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