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Davidoff No. 2

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Davidoff Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThinLength:152
Format:Laguito No. 2Ring:38
Weight:8,15 gr.Score:5.8
Presentation: Slide Lid Box: 50's. Cardboard Pack: (Without cellophane) 5's in 25's, 50's. Semi Boite Nature with Brooch: 10's, 25's, 50's.

Davidoff No. 2 Review:

Not much taste and easily forgettable cigars. Strength 2/5.

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Review #9: ---   Reviewer 8: This page is for reviews of the discontinued Cuban Davidoff cigar. They are rare but they exist still - some reviews wrongly discuss the modern Dom. Rep. cigars which are completely different things. - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 13, 2010


Review #8: I do not understand why these nowadays Dominican cigars are rated in these forums. Davidoff left Cuba more than a decade ago. - Submitted by olisiponense on April 14, 2008


Review #7: Bought a few of these Davidoff No.2's at the duty free on the way to Italy. I was so excited to smoke them at the beach, but to be honest it wasnt anything special. It was bland and did not burn well. For the price I would rather buy a Monte Cristo No.4 or No.3 - Submitted by GDAWG77 on April 11, 2008


Review #6: An excellent mild day-time smoke for those who want consistency and quality. Full flavour yet without any harshness this vitola offers a smoother and "easier" smoke than the Special R. Superb build quality I have yet to smoke a Davidoff with really bad burn/draw. Some have commented on this house creating cigars that are bland and middle-of-the-road. I agree that I would not reach for this after a Xmas dinner and would not pair it with my favourite Louis cognac. Yet I also would not be taking a Cohiba Sublime out when relaxing on the deck with a gin & tonic at 3 in the afternoon. Match the smoke to the situation. - Submitted by Uncle on December 14, 2007


Review #5: Year's ago I paid too much for a poorly-stored one of these and had a disappointing smoke (too musty). The other night however I was gifted one from '85 and it smoked like a DREAM! THIS is what an aged classic is all about. Smooth beyond belief and just perfect in every respect. I'm now a believer! - Submitted by Shooter on October 2, 2007


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