18 years later and even better
Initially released in 2002, the Davidoff Special 53 Capa Dominicana was the first cigar to highlight the use of a Dominican-grown wrapper leaf. Rolled as a unique 53-gauge perfecto vitola, also a first in the industry, this cigar became a hit and paved the way for many a gem to be developed throughout the years.
Flash forward to 2020, and the new Davidoff Special 53 Capa Dominicana is a unique one as well. A 10-year-aged Dominican wrapper houses a powerful Dominican puro blend comprised of an eight-year-aged San Vicente Seco binder and a mix of long-fillers that includes San Vicente Seco, Piloto Ligero, and Olor Seco, all aged over six years themselves. For those not well versed in the cigar lingo, these are all very well-desired tobacco choices and are not going to leave you disappointed in the least bit. In fact, this cigar is going to ensnare your senses with a subtle floral note combined with earth, cedar, coffee bean and creaminess that is balanced by both spice and sweetness on the palate. Solid construction and the unique perfecto shape creates a not only an even burn but also an effortless draw that is going to make you wish the experience would never end.
CI Nation, do not miss you chance to experience a piece of history! This limited release was only made available to a few retailers and each received a VERY, think minuscule, limited supply. So when they're gone, they're gone.