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Davidoff Yamasa Petit Churchill Cigar - 1 Single

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Description Ref # 103262

Length: 4
Ring Gauge: 48
Strength: Medium - Full
Packaging: 1 Single Cigar

The new range from Davidoff has been an extraordinary 20 years in the making, it first began with Master Blender Henke Kelner’s dream to turn the Yamasá region into a successful tobacco-growing field. Henke Kelner and his team of experts relentlessly nurtured and cultivated the Yamasá soil – a soil that was reluctant to change but the hard work paid off by the teams hard work and determination, they added nitrate and calcium by hand to each and every single tobacco plant.

Tasting Notes

This new cigar combines tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic with the wrapper and binder from the Yamasá regions.

This interesting cigar will introduce you to an earthy flavour which will be complimented by hints of sweetness and spice. The deep and complex body will slowly reveal an array of beautiful flavours: nuts, spice, coffee, cedar with hints of black pepper. This will really excite your taste buds with every creamy draw!

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by Vince on Thursday 19 April, 2018
Only 4 stars from the staff review.............. Sorry but NO this is 5 + stars at lest I think it is one of the best smokes I have had
by Staff on Wednesday 21 June, 2017
Davidoff needed 20 years to create the lovely wrappers and binders from the Yamasa region to achieve the dream of Master blender Henke. Everyone told Henke and Davidoff that is impossible to cultivate tobacco in this area but they did.

Yamasa region is a lovely area to cultivate tobacco. Swampy, humid and drenched with regular, heavy rainfall, the soil in the region has a low pH count, but is rich in minerals. These minerals, or micro-nutrients, include boron, iron and zinc, and play an essential role in contributing to the quality of the tobacco leaf.The climate is very similar to the Cuban climate, and therefore hugely beneficial to the growing of tobacco, the Dominican Republic is primarily tropical. There are, of course, local variations in temperature and rainfall but in general, highs of 104°F are common in protected valleys, as are lows of zero in mountainous areas.

This is not the first time that Davidoff used Yamasa Wrapper and binder. They created the Puro D’ Oro range which won awards in 2012. Composed of 100% Dominican tobacco which was the Dream of Henke to create a 100% Dominican Puro. Most of the Dominican cigars in the market don’t use Dominican wrappers. I remember I have enjoyed some cigars from the Puro D’ Oro range and they were some of the best New World Cigars I have enjoyed in my life. Unfortunately, they are now discontinued.

Now they created the Yamasa range composed of Dominican Yamasa Wrapper and binder with aged Nicaraguan filler combining the earthiness and spiciness of tobacco cultivated in the volcanic soils of Esteli and the Sweetness of the tobacco cultivated in Condega. This makes a great combination. I have sampled the Petit Churchill of this line measuring in at 4” x 48, and has a lovely construction.

The first puffs of the cigar begins with a cold smoke, earthy, fresh cut grass accompanied by cedar notes and a hint of roasted almonds. During the second part of the cigar you can appreciate the taste of the fusion of both Nicaraguan fillers, with brown sugar notes, creamy, earthy and a kick of pepper at the same time. This is a great fusion of flavours. The cigar ends even more creamy but becoming more peppery.

Nice smoke. Medium- full but I expected a bit more strength in this cigar. One of the negative point in my opinion is the high price of the cigar £17.99 each. But this is a cigar that I recommend to try because it uses an unique wrapper and binder, the fruits of the 20 years effort and dedication of Davidoff and his Master blender Henke. I feel after the smoke it has a nicotine kick effect so I would suggest to remove the cigar from the cello wrapper and age it for a few months in the humidor.I still prefer the Puro D’ Oro with the Yamasa binder and wrapper. But hopefully Davidoff will make it again in the future! - David Turmeaus Liverpool
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