Davidoff Robusto Real Especiales 7 Limited Edition 2019

Davidoff is once again going back to its past and re-releasing one of its iconic limited editions. Later this month, the company will begin shipping the Davidoff Robusto Real Especiales 7″ a blend first released in 2004.

The “7” in the name refers to the fact that there are seven tobaccos in the blend. The filler has five different Dominican tobaccos wrapped around a Dominican Olor binder. The cigar is finished with an Ecuadorian Habano. The Davidoff Robusto Real Especiales 7 is available in one size – a 5 1/2 x 48. The cigars are presented in ten-count boxes.

“In the year 2004, relentless challenging of the status quo, exceptional and pioneering blending by our Davidoff Master Blenders made possible a cigar experience so unique and complex it is now made available again in very limited quantities as a vintage blend. They have masterfully achieved to blend tobaccos from Ecuador and six different regions of the Dominican Republic to combine to a complex, yet silky smooth aroma experience. An achievement deemed impossible by experts at the time. We are honoured to give aficionados the chance of tasting this outstanding cigar again which is blended with the same Dominican tobaccos which feature in our iconic Davidoff Signature, Grand Cru, Aniversario and Millennium lines“ says Edward Simon, Chief Marketing Officer at Oettinger Davidoff AG in a press release.

Davidoff Robusto Real Especiales 7 Limited Edition 2019

There will be 4,000 boxes released or the U.S. market. The cigars begin shipping to the U.S. on March 29th. The cigars will also be available in four packs for global travel retail locations worldwide.

At a glance here is a look at the Davidoff Robusto Real Especiales 7

Blend and Origin

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Dominican Olor Seco
Filler: Dominican: San Vincente Ligero, San Vincente Visus, Piloto Seco, Piloto Visus, and Olor Seco
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
Factory: Cigars Davidoff

Vitolas Offered

Robusto Real: 5 1/2 x 48

Photo Credit: Davidoff of Geneva