Written by Puff Staff

Monday, 02 December 2013

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In this week's review, we feature two great cigars - the Davidoff Masters Edition 2013 Club House (that's a mouthful in more ways than one!) and the Leccia Tobacco White. These two cigars are on the opposite side of the price spectrum, so it will be interesting to see how they size up on the puff factor. Does price really equal quality? Let's find out!

 Davidoff Masters Edition 2013 Club House

The Davidoff Masters Edition 2013 Club House is an interesting offering from one of my favorite Cigar magicians - Davidoff. It is a limited edition cigar, with only 7,000 boxes being released in the world, with ten cigars per box. If you do the math, that equals out to only 70,000 stogies. Getting your hands on one here in the States isn't super easy, but it is not impossible either, if you want to shell out the ducats. At $21.90 a cigar and $219.00 a box, you may want to give it a thought.

The Masters Edition 2013 Club House comes in the Gran Toro format and measures in at a juicy 6 1/4 x 52. It comes out of the Dominican Republic, and features an Ecuadorian binder and Mejorado filler. The wrapper is constructed of Dominican Yamasa Marron Claro leaf. It is listed as medium to full-bodied.

Anyone who has smoked a Davidoff before knows that the construction of their cigars is top notch, and such is the case with the Masters Edition. It is a pretty long and meaty cigar and I almost question the legitimacy of the 52 ring gauge - it seems a little fatter than that to me.  The wrapper is pretty dark with some red hues in it, and a slight touch of oil. There was some veining, but nothing terrible, and the cigar was pretty solid - no soft spots noted here. A quick cold taste doesn't give off much flavor - some pepper and cream can be detected, but that's about it.

The Masters Edition 2013 Club House burns the same way it looks - smooth as Ryan Gosling. Great draw and solidly even with plenty of smoke to go around. I got a good solid inch and three quarters of sturdy ash. My only caveat was the touch ups - it required a few more than I would normally expect from such a quality cigar, but overall it didn't hurt the experience.

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