In the year 2015 Davidoff released its second installment into what is known as the “black- label series” of cigars.The cigar in question was called the Escurio. The “black- label series” was groundbreaking for Davidoff; in the way that it used exotic tobaccos sourced outside of the Dominican. The success of this series has shaped the Davidoff portfolio into what it is today. Prior to the black-label series of cigars Davidoff had been known as a brand that focused on lighter blends, with a focus on dominican tobaccos. The success of blends like the Escurio, changed that perception forever. The Escurio blend is one of my personal favorites, and is somewhat of an underrated blend in the Davidoff portfolio.
When we think of traditional tobacco producing countries, we typically think of two countries; the Dominican and Nicaragua. The Escurio shines a spotlight on a lesser known tobacco producer; Brazil. The cigar features a Brazilian binder, as well as composing the majority of the filler tobacco. This medium bodied cigar provides ample notes of wood, chocolate, leather, and coffee. However, what makes this blend one of my favorites , is the way it balances sweet, salt, and spice to stimulate your palate. In my opinion; no cigar does this better.
WRAPPER:Ecuadorian Havana Seed
FILLER:Mata Fina and Cubra tobaccos from Brazil; San Vicente, Piloto and Olor tobaccos from Dominican Republic.