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The AVO Improvisation series is arguably the most anticipated yearly release from the brand. The Improvisation line was created as a yearly limited edition release to celebrate the birthday of the brands namesake Avo Uvezian. The series takes previous Avo blends and adds a twist. This pays homage to the way a musician might riff on a jazz standard. 2020 marks the eighth installment in the improvisation series. Like in years past the improvisation series will be limited to only 2,500 boxes
Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic
Ring Gauge: 50
The cigar begins with delicate toasty and creamy notes. Stimulating notes cacao and coffee begins to present itself. The cigar begins on the milder side but builds up to medium by the final third. The final third of the cigars introduces additional notes of earth and spice.
Posted: February 23, 2020||Tags: rare cigars online , rare cigars for sale , rare cigars , premium cigars online , premium cigars for sale , new davidoff cigars for sale , davidoff vault cigars , davidoff limited edition cigars|
Davidoff has introduced its newest edition to the Davidoff Vault series; in the Davidoff Ginza 10th Anniversary. Originally introduced in 2010 to celebrate the opening of the Davidoff of Geneva flagship store in the Ginza region of Tokyo, Japan. Davidoff has now decided to reintroduce the cigar to its Vault series; to celebrate the stores 10th anniversary. The cigar is a salomon that measures 8 1/4 x 50. The blend features an Ecuadorian habano wrapper and binder, the fillers contain three varieties from the Dominican Republic: piloto seco, San Vicente seco and olor seco. This cigar is, like all the Vault releases, extremely limited in quantity. We, at Regency Cigar are pleased to be one of only a handful of retailers to be able to offer such a rare and unique cigar.
Cutting A Cigar
Regardless of who you are, or what cigar your smoking enjoying a premium hand made cigar always begins with cutting and lighting the cigar. Every individual has his or her own routine when it comes to doing this. However generally it begins with making some type of cut to the cigar in an effort to remove part of the cap or flag leaf that closes the cigar, while leaving some of it glued around the end to keep the filler leaves together. In my experience it's always better to make a more shallow initial cut, then test the pre-light draw. If the initial cut is too deep the cigar can run the risk of unravelling. Traditionally three types of cuts are used; a straight cut, punch cut or v-cut. For myself personally, and in my experience the majority of smokers select a straight cut, also known as a guillotine cut. Having a quality and sharp cutter makes this cut much easier and reduces the risk of damaging
Posted: January 15, 2020||
I'm guessing if you're reading this article you most likely enjoy smoking premium cigars, but do you know what the process of making one looks like? Many of us enjoy the luxury that comes along with smoking a premium hand made cigar; however very few know the effort that goes into making the cigars. Making premium cigars like Padron, Davidoff, and Ashton can be an extremely labor intensive process that can take several years, to go from seed to shelf. The purpose of this article will be to better acquaint ourselves with the process, and hopefully provide a new appreciation for the product we love.
Every cigar begins with a seed. The seed itself is extremely small, its equivalent to roughly the size of a candy sprinkle.Just a bottle cap full of seeds is capable of planting an entire row of crops. The seeds are first transformed into seedlings, this takes about 60 days. Once they become seedlings they can be planted in
Posted: December 27, 2019|Categories: Davidoff Cigars , Davidoff Limited Edition Cigars , Rare Cigars for Sale , Premium Cigars for Sale|
Since its inception in 2107, the Davidoff Vault program has allowed the company to re-introduce some of Davidoffs most iconic limited editions from the past. The newest installment to the vault, is arguably one of the most anticipated.The cigar in question is the Davidoff USA 25th Anniversary. The cigar was originally released in 2013 to commemorate the company's 25th anniversary of making cigars in the Dominican Republic and its introduction to the U.S. market. The cigar upon its original release was one of the best cigars of 2013. Like all of the previously unvaulted cigars this cigar will be extremely limited and will sell out fast, don't hesitate if you want the opportunity to try this iconic cigar from the past.
The cigar itself features tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, including a beautifully dark reddish-brown wrapper from the Yamasa region . This cigar delivers a medium to full flavor strength and tobacco intensity, providing beautiful balance of flavors, perfec
The Ashton Estate Sun Grown (ESG) was originally conceived in 2005 to celebrate Ashtons 20th anniversary. This cigar is a unique collaboration between between Carlos Fuente Jr. and Ashton to celebrate the anniversary.Probably the thing that makes this cigar so special is the fact that it uses wrapper leaf from Chateau de la Fuente. This is the Fuente family farm where the Fuente Fuente OpusX wrapper tobacco is grown; It was produced at the Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia factory. Over the next 5 years ashton released an addition size to the line. Given the special nature and rarity of the tobacco used these cigars can be limited and more difficult to find.
The cigar typically begins with ample notes of earth, leather and pepper. As the cigar continues to develop notes of cedar and a touch of sweetness introduces itself. The Cigar is extremely balanced from the first to final puff. The cigar is extremely smooth and as a result can have a “sneaky” amount of s
This year’s Heaven and Earth release is definitely something to be excited about! Heaven and Earth is a collection of some of the rarest Opus X sizes to date. Last year we saw the BBMF (6 ½ x 64) and Tauros the Bull (6 x 52) which will both make a return this year in addition to a new size Earth Black (6 ⅞ x 44 Torpedo) and Purple Rain, Fuente’s 2018 Holiday release (another 6 ⅞ x 44 Torpedo). Each set will come with 10 very special Opus X cigars, each with only 200 boxes being produced. A portion of every cigar sold is donated to Arturo Fuentes Cigar Family Charitable Foundation, a program that builds up programs for children in the Dominican Republic. Coming soon to Regency Cigar.Read more »
Do you scour the web over and over searching for those extremely rare cigars that are so hard to find that it make you wonder if they are real or just stories of legend and myth passed on to tease and torcher the next generation of cigar smoker? Well, we have great news for you! The cigars are real and now for the first time we will be making them available on our website! That right, from time to time those rare and seemingly impossible to find cigars will be available right here at regencycigar.com. So if you haven’t, sign up to the RCE Rare Club. When it comes to some of the most sought after rare cigars in the world Arturo Fuente tends to be the master of rare releases. Have You heard of Opus 13, Opus X 20th Anniversary, Hemingway Sun Grown, Don Arturo Gran Aniverxario, Opus X 888, BBMF or Torus the Bull? Yes they are real extremely rare but never the less real. And the best part is we get them all! And we release them to those who are wise enough to shop locally at Regency Cig
Arturo Fuente Opus X Lost City; A Cigar Born in Hollywood
The Arturo Fuente Opus X Lost City; a phenomenal cigar, with a unique origin story. The cigars origin is intertwined with the bright lights of Hollywood. In early 2004 production of the movie The Lost City began; featuring the actor/ director Andy Garcia. The film focuses on a family attempting to navigate the pitfalls of life during the Castro revolution on the island of Cuba. The film was set to be shot in the Dominican Republic. During an early location scout, Garcia was introduced to Carlito Fuente. The two hit it off, and the Fuente family and the Chateau de la Fuente became an integral part of the production of the film.
The movies most pivotal, and emotional scene was set to be filmed within a tobacco field; the main issue with this was that production was set for the growing offseason. The Fuente family in response