Davidoff Millennium Blend Robusto

Size: 5.25 X 50
Price: 20.00 USD
Wrapper: Ecuado
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Dominican Republic

Central Patti and I were finishing up our Christmas shopping last week and stopped off at one of the local tobacco shops to find a box of Davidoff for that special someone on the Christmas List.

We did not look at price, just asked for a box of Davidoff’s and went to pay. Well as you may imagine we were a little surprised what a box of 25 sticks cost. For that price they should have come with a sexual favor.  To my relief they did not as the tobacconist was a man and also to my relief and Central Patti’s disappoint on both counts (no sexual favor and cost) she paid and took our leave. 

Now on to the review

The first thing you will notice is how tightly packed this stick is, yet the initial light and draw are very easy.
First Third: Nutty, chocolate and coffee taste and believe it or not I even got a corn chip taste (which is good as I love corn chips). In the first third this would appear to be a medium body cigar.

Second Third: Still smooth with the same nutty, chocolate and coffee flavors, however a small about of spice also starts to come through.

Last Third: All the same tastes as the first two-thirds with stronger spice flavor and this stick now becomes a little sneaky as it moves to a full body smoke.
Overall: If I had not know the price of this cigar I would have thought this to be one of the best smokes of the year, however taking the cost into consideration I  would only be able to rate this stick 3 out of a possible 5.



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