The Davidoff Limited Edition 2022 Gran Toro is now on sale.

It’s a new release that the company is referring to as part of the “Black Band Collection,” which was previously referred to as the Discovery Series and consists of three lines that are sold with black Davidoff bands: Escurio, Nicaragua and Yamasá.

The Davidoff Limited Edition 2022 Gran Toro is a mixture of those cigars. The 5 1/2 x 58 toro gordo uses a dark Ecuadorian wrapper over a Brazilian seco wrapper and five fillers: Brazilian mata fina seco; visos from Estelí and Jalapa, Nicaragua; and a hybrid 2020 seco and San Vicente mejorado seco from the Dominican Republic.

It will have an MSRP of $32 per cigar and is limited to 13,500 boxes of 12 cigars.

“Our Black Band Collection lines depict the elements earth, water and fire,” said Edward Simon, chief marketing officer at Oettinger Davidoff AG, in a press release when the cigar was announced last month. “With their exceptional tobaccos originating in Brazil, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, our Escurio, Nicaragua and Yamasá lines have always been an adventure in taste. I am proud that with our new Davidoff Black Band Limited Edition, we combine the best of these three strong blends and create an exciting cigar for those seeking to discover new experiences and a fair bit of alternation in their cigar enjoyment.”

Charlie Minato

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