Avo Syncro Nicaragua

AVO SYNCRO NICARAGUA

Avo Syncro Nicaragua

AVO SYNCRO NICARAGUA

COUNTRY:
Nicaragua
COUNTRY: Nicaragua
WRAPPER:
Connecticut, Ecuador
WRAPPER: Connecticut, Ecuador
BINDER:
Dominican Republic
FILLER:
Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Peru
STRENGTH:
Medium
STRENGTH: Medium
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AVO Syncro Nicaragua is a four-vitola release and it draws the inspiration from the idea of synchronizing Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco, similar to synchronizing different instruments to create music. The blend uses a darker Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, Dominican binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua’s Ometepe and Olancho, Peru.

AVO Syncro Nicaragua starts
stimulating the back area of the palate with complex spicy and peppery flavours evoking a wild character at the beginning due to the pronounced Nicaraguan and Peruvian filler tobacco.  

In the second third the cigar becomes smoother, from being peppery and spicy to creamy with complex wooden, sweet and floral flavours followed by rich aromas. There is a cheerful harmony between the Nicaraguan and the Dominican Mejorado tobaccos that are tamed by the creaminess of the Ecuadorian-grown wrapper. This combination creates an unexpected, yet accomplished harmony and taste, stimulating the Nicaraguan and Dominican taste experiences at the same time. A multilayered, complex and voluminous cigar that stays enjoyable and interesting from the first moment of enjoyment until the last.

Voted Top 25 Cigars of 2015 by Cigar Aficionado Magazine!

Received an epic 93-rating from Cigar Aficionado magazine.
Cigar Aficionado said, "The name is also meant to suggest synchronization between the different tobaccos in the blend, which include Nicaraguan tobacco from Ometepe and Dominican tobacco types such as Piloto Cubano, San Vicente and a hybrid tobacco spawn from Piloto and Olor. The Toro’s blocky dimensions and smart blending allow each tobacco to express itself, showing notes of leather, minerals and a dried apricot sweetness."

AVO Syncro Nicaragua is a four-vitola release and it draws the inspiration from the idea of synchronizing Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco, similar to synchronizing different instruments to create music.

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