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Blind Cigar Review: Davidoff | Chef’s Edition 2018 Score 90%

Blind Cigar Review: Davidoff | Chef’s Edition 2018

“This was a decent stick with plenty of flavor transitions from third to third. The thick luxurious flavors proved ample enjoyment and relaxation. The only downside I had was with the burn as a result of an uneven construction during the first half of the cigar. Something I’d like to try again before I decide if it’s a must try….” -John A. (Bostoneo)

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Quick Cigar Review: Davidoff | Superior Toro

Overall, this was a very tasty cigar with many flavors one doesn’t typically get with many sticks. I thoroughly enjoyed the sweet creamy flavors that exuded from the cigar. The burn was spot on and construction near perfect. The only issue was the super flaky ash, which ended up all over me as bits and pieces would separate from the main bulk. Worth $32? Maybe as a celebratory smoke or if you want something that is a change of pace that is a mild/medium profile. Thumbs up on this masterpiece.

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Cigar News: Davidoff Announces Winston Churchill Limited Edition 2019

Davidoff today announced a new limited edition to the Winston Churchill line, Winston Churchill Limited Edition 2019. The cigar is released in one vitola, a 50 x 5 robusto and only 8,000 boxes will be made. The cigars come in boxes inspired by leather travel cases, and include a Boveda pack so they be taken to travel. The blend uses tobaccos from Nicaragua, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

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Cigar News: Davidoff Announces Year of the Pig

It is time again for the annual Davidoff Cigars Chinese New Year release. This year is celebrating the Year of the Pig with the Limited Edition cigars and accessories. 2019 is the Year of the Pig with is known for its compassion and generous nature. It is said, those born in this year have a natural talent for success, and being around them is potentially as good for your fortunes as for your spirits.

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Quick Cigar Review: Davidoff | Winston Churchill The Late Hour Churchill

This cigar performed like a champ. No touch ups required during the entire experience and I got tons of flavor. I have smoked this cigar in other sizes and hands down the Churchill is my favorite. I do find the Toro to have a bit more pepper but overall I can smoke these over and over.   Recommend this cigar to anyone.

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Cigar News: Eric Hanson of Hammer + Sickle Dies at 45

Eric Hanson  of Klin Groupe, LLC, the parent of Hammer + Sickle, has passed away at age 45. He started KlinGroupe in 2008 after working as the head of a beer distributor. The brand is maybe best know for it’s Hammer + Sickle vodka, but also know in the cigar world for it’s Hammer + Sickle lines if cigars.

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