Davidoff launches the nicaragua Box Pressed line to tantalise the Palate
FOLLOWING THE LAUNCH OF its acclaimed Nicaragua line, Davidoff Cigars has launched its first ever Nicaraguan boxpressed line, the Davidoff Nicaragua Box Pressed. This Nicaraguan Puro marks the first time that Davidoff has introduced a box-pressed cigar.
“Davidoff’s mission is to open the aficionado’s world by encouraging them to venture beyond the familiar, their go-to cigars and origins, and explore new ways to fill their time beautifully,” said Charles Awad, Senior Vice President of global Marketing & innovation at Oettinger Davidoff Ag.
“After the huge success of Davidoff Nicaragua, our master blender crafted these superb and more intense Nicaraguan Puros, in a box-pressed format, to spice up the aficionados’ adventurous exploration and take them on a new and more extreme flavour journey.”
Davidoff’s tobacco masters, led by master blender Henke Kelner, were tasked with seeking out an intense, new and original type of blend that would stimulate both the bitter and sweet taste buds. Their pursuit of perfection paid off when they discovered that a blend crafted with the finest leaves from plants grown in the fiery volcanic soil of the Estelí, Condega, Jalapa and Ometepe regions of Nicaragua created just the right balance of sweet and bitter notes to tantalise the palate.
The colour of the dark and oily Nicaraguan Habano Oscuro wrapper from the Jalapa region is a deep, rich brown with an intense peppery smell to it. From the first taste, the cigar reveals its potential with wild pepper notes, roasted almonds and a deep
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