Davidoff enlisted the talents of Danish artist, Hanne Enemark, to collaborate on its latest humidor design. This partnership reflects the ambition of Davidoff to achieve the highest levels of craftsmanship and innovation, which are imperative to craft a unique humidor. This Masterpiece “Elements” breaks many of the norms of humidor design with sleek architecture and solid construction. Davidoff wanted to find an artist able to complement the impactful and unique humidor design without overpowering it. Enter Hanne Enemark, who rose to the task with her artistry. “It is a wonderful achievement to see how her creativity and hard work will highlight our craftsmanship,” said Edward Simon, Head of Global Marketing & Innovation at Oettinger Davidoff AG.
There are “cigar fingerprints” present in the form of 24-carat gold decals on the glass, and gold plated brass pieces inlaid to the walnut of the humidor. The Masterpiece Humidor Elements is a numbered and limited edition, each piece completely unique. Only five humidors, each of them including 50 exclusive Davidoff Double Corona 50 Years cigars (except in the USA), are available worldwide, starting in September of 2018.
The Davidoff Double Corona 50 Years Edition is meant to be an elegant, sophisticated and balanced cigar. The chosen tobaccos are extremely rare and exclusive. Also the double corona shape enhances the beautiful notes of wood and cacao as well as the floral notes. The cigar is blended specifically to stimulate a creamy and intense experience for the smoker.
Wrapper: “Habano” from Ecuador
Binder: Olor Seco from the Dominican Republic
Filler: Piloto Seco, San Vicente Ligero, Piloto Ligero, Hybrid Corojo/Olor
Ligero and San Vicente Visus tobaccos from the Dominican Republic
Vitola: Double Corona
Size: 7.5 x 50
About Hanne Enemark:
Hanne Enemark is a Danish glass artist based in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in London where she is regularly a guest lecturer. Her work regularly features in magazines such as Elle Decoration,Wallpaper magazine and Financial Times and is exhibited internationally. It can be found in private collections in Denmark, UK, Spain, France, Monaco and the USA.