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    Chuck
    December 30, 2012

    The Millennium Blend Lonsdale is my favorite vitola in the line. I’m surprised by the flaky ash. The Davidoffs I’ve had were all well constructed. Thanks for the review!

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    Ricky
    December 31, 2012

    Davidoffs are always a great smoke, but I always find them to be too mild. Even this Millenium. I’m surprised by the flaky ash too. They usually have solid, go-on-forever ash.

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    Zen Cigar
    May 29, 2013

    My Review of the Davidoff Millenium Petit Corona

    When I think of luxury and cigars I think of just one name – Davidoff. To me there are few super premiums worth what you pay for. I think Davidoff is one of those exceptions, especially the Millennium Blend. This is one of Henke Kelner’s best blends.

    The wrapper on this cigar is way darker than any of the other in the Davidoff portfolio with the exception of the new Davidoff Maduro. The wrapper is a little veiny but looks rich and inviting.

    The pre-light draw is easy but the cigar is firm when I gently press it. Another hallmark of Davidoff cigars is their superior construction.

    I eagerly light the cigar and am rewarded with rich coffee notes and some hazelnut at the beginning. Speaking of nuts, many don’t believe this is a flavor you can pull from smoking a cigar. Try a Davidoff Millennium, this is a nutty cigar.

    As I smoke this little guy the flavor intensifies and the coffee flavor get richer as well as the addition of some licorice notes. The finish is long and dry. A lot of folks, especially those at Cigar Aficionado, don’t seem do like dryness in cigars. My argument is this, do you not like dryness in a good Cabernet?

    As I get to the nub, the flavors amp up further and the licorice notes give way to cocoa. I burned my fingers smoking this cigar!

    As I finished this cigar it donned on me that I think the Millennium blend shares some of the same leaves as my favorite cigar of all time, the Avo LE5. It’s nice to think that when I finally end up burning my last LE5, I can find a cousin in the Millennium.

    Rating: 94 (A)

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    ALshark
    November 23, 2013

    Much like the author, the millennium blend was my first Davidoff. I very much enjoyed it. I regularly smoke padrons, so it is nice to go back to a milder cigar every once in a while.

    Davidoff construction and draw is top notch as expected as this price point. Perhaps it’s just me, but I get a lot of leathery notes that i quite enjoy.

    This is one of the finer Dominicans and I would have room for it in my humidor if it was cheaper.

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