The Davidoff Masters Edition 2013 “Club House” Toro is back for a 2021 rerelese.

This week, Davidoff will release a version of the cigar as part of its Vault Program. The 6 1/4 x 52 toro uses a Dominican Yamasá marron claro wrapper over an Ecuadorian 702 binder and five different Dominican fillers: piloto mejorado seco, piloto viso, San Vicente mejorado seco,  San Vicente mejorado viso and San Vicente mejorado viso.

In the U.S., bundles of 10 cigars will have an MSRP of $320 when they go on sale on April 8. Some European retailers have stated that they will have access to the cigars, though it’s not clear if select American stores will also carry the cigar.

The Masters Edition 2013 “Club House” was a golf-inspired cigar, which carried over to the golf ball-like pattern on the secondary band. Davidoff created another Masters Edition release for 2015—with an even more obvious golf theme—but has not created another release since then.

Davidoff’s Vault program has seen the company rerelease a variety of previous limited editions, as well as unreleased cigars. These cigars are packaged in paper bundles of 10 and are sold through Davidoff’s online and flagship stores. Some Vault releases have also been offered at a small number of other stores.

Charlie Minato

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