A Cigar For The Millennium, 15th Mar 2017
Reviewer: The Cigar Authority
The aroma off the foot reveals a subtle sweetness, cedar and earth. While that seems familiar for a Davidoff, the cold draw is different than expected. There is a subtle wine like note that is complimented by roasted nuts. In fact the notes have me wondering if any of the tobacco saw some barrel aging.
Once the cigar is toasted and lit some of the roasted notes from the prelight draw carry over to the smoking experience. There notes are joined by a subtle brown sugar and earthy notes. The retrohale of the cigar has a sweetness to it which brings out some white chocolate notes on the finish.
Moving on to the second third some hints of caramel develop with continued elements of roasted nuts that dominate the palate. As the cigar crosses the half-way point some cedar begins to develop and the retrohale while still sweet develops a subtle pepper to go along with it.
The last third of the Millennium continues with some sweetness and roasted nuts that continue to dominate the flavor profile of this toro cigar. The finish has more earth than the