- Country: Dominican Republic
- Wrapper: Nicaragua
- Binder: Nicaragua
- Filler: Nicaragua
- Strength: Mild to Medium
The biggest news from this year’s IPCPR annual show is the next great cigar from Davidoff. The Davidoff Nicaragua is the first Davidoff premium that is made solely from Nicaraguan tobacco.
The cigars are made at the Davidoff factory in the Dominican Republic but all three components: wrapper, binder and filler are grown in...
The cigars are made at the Davidoff factory in the Dominican Republic but all three components: wrapper, binder and filler are grown in Nicaragua, making it the first Davidoff Nicaraguan Puro. It is a great smoke and amazing twist addition to the Davidoff White selection.
The unthinkable has occurred! Davidoff has released a pure Nicaraguan cigar. Developed by cigarmaster Henke Kelner, this is a vast departure from the mellower, milder cigars the Geneva cigar giant Davidoff house is traditionally known for, with white labels. This release is the "Black Label" of Davidoff cigars, and uses a 10 year old Nicaraguan Havana-seed Rosado wrapper with prime Nicaraguan tobaccos; the binder being pure Jalapa and the filler from the storied regions of Estelí, Condega, Ometepe.
This unique cigar has a bittersweet quality in terms of flavor profile, though not as wild as most Nicaraguan Puros typically are. 10 years in the making gave the tobaccos time to tame, calm down on intensity and become more refined. These tastes will take you on an exotic spicy peppery adventure with an earthy rich aroma.
These Davidoff Nicaragua cigars grow milder as it goes, and a palate pleasing sweetness emerges, along with dark bitter chocolate and roasted coffee bean notes building in the final third of this prestigious foray into unbelievable cigars.
A premium cigar experience you won't want to miss. It will answer the all-time question: What if Davidoff made a Nicaraguan cigar? What would that be like? Find out now.
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