Davidoff Danish Mixture

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Promedio : 3.6
[ Votos : 3 ]
Ingredientes : Virginia, Burley, Cavendish Negro
Aromas : Otro sin Especificar
An outstanding, classic Danish blend, produced from the best Virginia and Burley tobaccos, enriches with a nuance of toasted Black Cavendish. Medium-cut. The typical, richly balanced aroma develops into an extraordinary fragrance that fills the smoker's surroundings with a delightful scent. The character is mild and aromatic.
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Davidoff English Mixture

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Promedio : 3.3
[ Votos : 3 ]
Ingredientes : Virginia, Burley, Latakia, Perique
Aromas : Otro sin Mencionar
A traditional English middle-cut blend of Virginia, Burley and Latakia. A touch of Périque spice tobacco has been added to further enhance the bouquet. A pipe tobacco with an extremely subtle and lasting flavour. A mild English mixture.
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Davidoff Flake Medallions

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Promedio : 4.3
[ Votos : 7 ]
Ingredientes : Virginia, Perique, Cavendish Negro
Aromas : Tratamiento Cavendish
Davidoff Flake Medallions are made from mature Virginia tobacco harvested from carefully chosen fields in the areas of Virginia and North Carolina, plus pure Perique tobacco from Louisiana. The striking aroma of the Perique leaves paired with the natural sweetness of the Virginian plant. The core of mild, fermented Black Cavendish adds a certain sophistication, rounding off these Davidoff Flake Medallions to perfection.
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Davidoff Scottish Mixture

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Promedio : 3.7
[ Votos : 14 ]
Ingredientes : Virginia, Burley, Oriental / Turco, Kentucky
Aromas : Whisky Escocés
A light, flavourful, middle-cut blend, with a fresh and delicately flowery aroma, which imparts a very pleasant fragrance. One of the most enduringly popular pipe tobacco mixtures, blended from select grades of Virginia, Burley, Oriental tobacco and a small portion of Kentucky, and refined with a dash of the finest Scotch whisky. A very mild and aromatic character.
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