Yamasay yamasa yamasuma!
Contrary to popular belief, the newest Davidoff did not get its name from the incoherent mumblings of the late, great Michael Jackson. Instead, the latest hit to come out of the Davdioff camp calls on select tobaccos grown in Yamasa, Dominican Republic – a region with a reputation for being difficult to grow in. Davidoff’s newest release, fittingly dubbed Yamasa, demanded that years of industry know-how be put to the test.
Yamasa showcases a gorgeous, milk chocolaty wrapper leaf grown in this challenging region that took a team of scientists to perfect…and it’s evident in its seamless appearance. Also featuring a binder from San Vicente, DR and aged long-fillers from Nicaragua, Yamasa excels with hints of sweetness, leather, and rich spices.
Great news! In early 2017, Davidoff Yamasa received a well-deserved 90-rating. The review stated, “Wearing a dark and alluring wrapper, this torpedo burns evenly. Earthy, woody impressions are balanced by a toasty quality and cocoa powder sweetness.”