Author's review "I've been smoking for a year and a half now. For about 3-4 months in between I smoked Marlboro Reds. I started with two packs of Gold Flake Regulars(Barf) and then moved on to Davidoff lights(Peace). Then after about 10 packs, I moved on to Davidoff Classics. For some reason, I feel that most of the regular negative comments about the Classics are not true for the most part. I smoked these for about 8 months until no further supply of genuine packs was available. I live in Indonesia, you see, and even here, original German Davidoffs are available.
Davidoff Classics. Shit, they ARE Classic, for crying out loud. Just like a more tame version of the Expensive Magnums. Great, strong smoke. Lovely taste and smell. Good for only cold though, because the tobacco really hits you if it's hot and if you're on an empty stomach, you may have a back-turn or something. Great aftertaste and after-aroma of smoke, I must say. The Russian bordering countries ones probably do suck. But try the original German ones, and everything will start to make sense.
So there, my honest and unbiased opinion of what I smoke is in the passage above. Hope you have a great day and a good smoke!"
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Posted by VP on 12th Apr 2016
After asking Jeff about the Davidoff Magnum, he suggested I try the Classic. The quality and cleanliness of the smoke is superb. A slight hint of oak-iness, similar to a fine cigar; which Davidoff is also famous for.
The versions available in the Canadian market are of no comparison, after having tried the non-FSC version from CiggiesWorld, a can no longer go back to an FSC cigarette. The FSC versions have a "tainted" flavor to them.
Posted by Moe Sohail on 24th Jun 2014
It took Longer than I expected but it was good Service and I got the Product in Good Condition.
Posted by Lovin Johnson on 28th Mar 2014
These smokes had a unique smooth mild flavor that is like cotton and good tobacco, but the smoke was just too harsh to taste it all.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Mar 2014
Very nice cigarettes, distinct taste you could either love or hate but personally I enjoyed them a lot.
Posted by Andrey on 11th Feb 2014
This is first cigarette that makes me cough when I smoke it, not even cigar does that. Harsh for me, Ill let my friends try and ask what they think.
Posted by Peter on 24th Jan 2014
Posted by Unknown on 5th Aug 2013
My friend from America suggested that i try Davidoff as it can't be purchased where i am from so i ordered some in and wow the quality and taste of the tobacco is a lot better than we get here in Australia. And the pack looks amazing, as we have plain packaging for smoking products over here.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2012
DAVID OFF possess an exceptional aftertaste and aroma, accompanied with unique mental alertness. The lighter version seems to fit a hot weather and during day time, while the Classic one enrich the night and when is cooler. DAVID OFF is one of the best cigarettes I frequently smoke, therefore is remain one of the remarkable well done cigarette that combine smoothness quality, I couldn't even sense in Treasurer Cigarette, in which it represent a personal second option. DAVIDOFF is a cigarette that I genuinely enjoy yet, never had the feeling that I crave! I think that says it all!... Have a great smoking experience.
Posted by tef on 24th Sep 2011
I like ... Very smooth and strong at the end cuz the long size .... very good
Posted by MattPower on 24th Sep 2011
These cigs are awsome, very elegant and smooth with a sweet character and mellow flavor. I found these at a local smokeshop and aside from the Camel Turkish blends are the only cigs I smoke. I really love the elegant look of these cigs, they are a real conversation piece. Anytime I smoke these there are many people asking to try one, LOL! I found these to be far better than Dunhill or any other high end cig I've tried. They have a richer flavor than the Camel Turkish blend, with flavors of dark coffee and sweet tobacco, these are definately a keeper...
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