This is my first review.
Wrapper: Connecticut seed sun grown in Ecuador
Binder and filler: Dominican republic
Rested five weeks in a tupperdor @ 72% rh
Flavor profile: creamy, touch of sweetness and spice, mild coffee notes, nutty, dry aftertaste, hint of mint in the final third...
The AVO Heritage was released at the IPCPR trade show in August 2010. It uses an oily reddish brown, Cuban seed Ecuadorian sungrown wrapper with Dominican fillers. Avo Heritage is more rustic than average your average Avo cigars. This defect free, goodlooking cigar is full bodied in...
Avo 85th cigar review
the bullet shapet cigar had a gauge of 54 an it was 6.5 inches long it had a cammerroon wrapper an i tell you the wrapper was flawless. The pre-light draw was clear an it was a little spicey.
The first third was spicey yet smooth, but it started to elbow on me a little...
At once it has that peppery tinge without erupting into a bite that spoils the other flavors, creamy and a bit oily, just enough of what you want a...
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I had one from a few years ago that fell of my keychain and have been looking to replace it. It seems that they are out of stock at most dealers. If so any other good recomendations for a good quality one that will last for years like the Avo one I lost?
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This is a beautiful looking stick: toothy, leathery and dark colorado colour with some fine veins. Real weighty and generously filled.
This is probably just about a medium bodied stick, more mild than medium, but chock full of rich, opulent flavours. Chocolate is most prevalent with cream...
Been thinking about getting a box of the Avo 787s. Been reading some reviews and all, any thoughts on this cigar? I love smoking Davidoffs and other medium smokes and I figured this is up there with the same blender.
Others Avo's I'm considering if I can get em.
Avo LE05, was gifted 2 by a...
Origin : Dominican Republic
Format : Short Robusto
Size : 4 x 56
Wrapper : Ecuadorian Sungrown
Filler : Dominican Republic
Binder : Dominican Republic
Price : $7 each
I am a sucker for petit/short robustos. I like smoking in the mornings with my coffee and a smaller vitola...
Look'n for a box of Avo No. 3 and Hemingway Short Story's for around 220 bucks.
Long stretch I know, haha.
Other then that - I'm not very well versed in the lighter cigars, for example I loved the Gurkha Turk 5 pack I had but cannot find boxes of them, love the Oliva Connecticut Reserves ect...
Ecuadorian Sungrown wrapper
Dominican filler & binder
Soft flame lighter
This cigar is glimmering with oils, some small veins, and black spots dot the wrapper. The cigar feels good, with no loose...
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Ok....this is one of my all time favorites. Always has been from the first day I smoked one. Yes, it is on the mild side (ok, very mild), but a sm...
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AVO Maduro #9
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Maduro No 9
A special selection of Connecticut Broadleaf is allowed to age for four years, then slightly sprayed with distilled water. From there, the leaf is moved into a warm room to ferment for a few months.
Size: 4.75 x 48
Time Smoked: 65 minutes