Cigar Dave sits down with the Brand Activation Ambassador of Davidoff, Shiah Goldberg for part 2 of their conversation. Today they discuss the new Zino Nicaragua, the Camacho Liberty and Factory Unleashed and they smoke and sample the Harmony and Contrast with the Avo Classic Maduro paired with chocolate and a mocha cold brew coffee.
Cigar Dave sits down with the Brand Activation Ambassador of Davidoff, Shiah Goldberg. They discuss his background in the Premium Cigar industry, they discuss the new Dominicana Cigar, the Davidoff Gastronomy series and they smoke the new Winston Churchill Limited Edition cigar.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve selected the Davidoff Domincana. This full-bodied smoke features a pigtail cap with Dominican wrapper and filler tobaccos and an Ecuadorian binder.
For today’s International Cigar Lightation Ceremony I’ve selected the Davidoff Escurio. This medium bodied cigar features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper with Brazilian and Dominican fillers.
For this week’s Bold Alpha Weekly Spirits Celebration we are sampling the Davidoff Cognac VSOP and the Davidoff Cognac XO. The VSOP has lots of orange and honey on the nose with notes of woodiness on the palate. The XO is smooth with more bite as it’s aged at least 10 years.
For the 8th and final night of the Festival of Lightation I’ve pulled out a beautiful premium cigar, the Davidoff 702 Series Double R. This cigar features a proprietary 702 Habano Ecuadorian wrapper that beautifully balances leather and pepper notes into a spicier taste experience.
My selection for today’s International LIghtation Ceremony is the Davidoff Winston Churchill Late Hour with tobaccos aged for six months in finest Scotch single malt whisky casks. This cigar is covered with a shiny and oily Habano Ecuadorian wrapper in a beautiful dark chocolate color.
Cigar Dave’s conversation with Davidoff Brand Ambassador Klaas Kelner continues as they review the entire portfolio of Davidoff cigars.
To wrap up Davidoff Week I’ve selected the Davidoff Escurio as a perfect way to kick of the weekend for the International Cigar Lightation Ceremony. This beautiful cigar is made an oily dark Ecuadorian Habano Wrapper and uses Brazilian and Dominican tobaccos in the binder and filler.
Today’s cigar selection for Davidoff week is the Davidoff Yamasá, named for the valley in the Dominican Republic that can be difficult to grow tobacco. When you get it right though you get beautiful, earthy, spicy cigars like Yamasá.