Exclusive to C.Gars and Turmeaus stores across the UK.
“During my travels across the world I discovered this very special AVO cigar that I am pleased to bring exclusively to all UK cigar lovers” – Mitchell Orchant Inspired by the cosmopolitan lifestyle of Avo Uvezian, AVO’s Master Blender has ventured to the untamed heart of Central America. Capturing sweet and spicy flavours from the rich, volcanic soil of Nicaragua and blending them with the soft, creamy notes of the finest Dominican leaves. Resulting in a smooth and balanced box-pressed cigar with unexpected depth and complexity.
AVO Syncro South America Ritmo is wrapped in a Ecuadoran wrapper leaf, South American Ritmo also contains a Mexican binder and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Peru, Brazil, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.
AVO Orchant Seleccion Syncro Robusto Cigar
Comes in a handy pack and is perfect for them quick outdoor smokes at the pub. Really nice aroma to it and well balanced flavours. there was nuttiness and hints of coffee, for the price this cigar is definitely worth picking up a couple of packs.
Sporting an impressive box-pressed wrapper, pale camel brown and mottled in colour with the look and feel of the leather binding of a well-worn, well-loved old book, with dark visible veining and the odd shelf-pressed wrinkle. Pre-light aromas, and draw, of baked earth and warm, stewed apricots, with a little almond biscuit. A good clean draw, and thick char line with a pillar of strong pale yellow-grey ash. Tons of naturally sweet brown-sugar spiced biscuit smoke, with a little suede and light ‘green’ wood. Chilli and cucumber on the retrohale (if that’s your thing) which settles into a strong coffee. A really tasty offering all round and perfect with a creamy afternoon coffee or a little light rum
First review ever – felt I had to! Dont usually like non-cubans, but with the online hype I thought Id try. In humidor at roughly 65% RH for 1 week. This is a spectacular cigar. Excellent flavour progression: Pepper/spice/fruit -> cocoa/cream -> amaretto -> smoky charcoal -> peanut butter -> nutty chocolate. Peppery smooth finish. Good with a subtle whisky or bourbon. Cant say Ive had a cigar with such variety before. You can really taste the different fillers as stages. Mild-Mod in strength. Not the best burn, as others said, with canoeing and 1 relight, but I didnt care too much. If you like dominicans and cubans like HDM / Cuaba, its like a mix of all 3. Try it!