At the 2012 IPCPR Trade Show, Altadis unveiled its newest addition to the Te-Amo family of cigars, the Te-Amo Revolution.
The Te-Amo Revolution is a oval-shaped box-press offering in the Te-Amo line. It leverages several types of tobacco grown in the San Andres region on the Turrent family farms. It also is the first of the Te-Amo series to incorporate Nicaraguan tobacco in the filler.
In the marketing brochure, Altadis describes the Te-Amo Revolution as “Rich, flavorful, and fuller-bodied, they offer a complex taste and aroma profile with a very balanced and satisfying smoke in new Ovalado vitolas.”
The banding of the Te-Amo Revolution is radically different than the core Te-Amo line. It has the name “REVOLUTION” in bold letters without the Te-Amo brand name. This seams to follow some of the more modern packaging that Altadis introduced earlier this year with the Romeo line..
Here are the particulars of the Te-Amo Revolution:
Wrapper: San Andres Habano
Binder: San Andres Corojo
Filler: Nicaraguan, San Andres Negro, San Andres Corojo
The Te-Amo Revoluton is available in three sizes:
Robusto Ovalado: 5 1/4 x 56
Toro Ovalado: 6 1/4 x 54
Churchill Ovalado: 7 1/4 x 52