Davidoff Millennium Robusto cigars are draped in rare, Ecuadorian sun-grown wrappers that encase select, aged Dominican tobaccos for a rich and highly complex blend of perfectly-balanced flavors and aromas. A stunning cigar, ranked among the world's finest. Treat yourself to a box now.
Truly one of the best I've ever had, including cubans. I've been to Cuba twice, and they're not as good as they used to be. As good as a Cuban Cohiba rubusto. Price isn't bad when compared to Cuban prices, and well worth it. Anything non-cuban can't compare to this; good job Davidoff!01
A wonderful cigar. I had read postive reviews of the Millennium Blend, so I gritted my teeth and shelled out for a single-stick Robusto in a moment of weakness. I was still surprised at how thoroughly I enjoyed this cigar. In appearance, the Davidoff is beautifully constructed, with a perfect cap and handsome golden-brown wrapper ringed by Davidoff's distinctive bands. Rolling the cigar in my fingers, it seemed tightly packed, but on lighting I found the draw was just right, producing billows of fragrant smoke. While the Millennium blend is relatively full bodied, the cigar nevertheless has a creamy, velvety-smooth character, with a slightly sweet finish. A symphony of smooth, subtle flavors, without so much as a hint of a harsh note. It burned perfectly, and I must say I was disappointed when I had smoked it to the nub and had to put it down. It's true that there are other very good cigars available at a lower price, but this Davidoff Millennium is an exceptional cigar. I cringe at the price, but I will recommend this cigar to my friends.10
The price is high but this is a quality cigar. Better if you let the cigar sit your humidor for a while to age the tobacco. The cigar is listed as full but I found the smoke to be medium with hints of earth and cocoa. Worth a try.01
The Millenium Robusto is a great smoke, full and spicy with a nice dry aftertaste. Unfortunately, this cigar is grossly overpriced in my view--you can get a comparable Ashton VSG or Fuente Don Carlos, both of which are superior cigars, for several bucks less per stick. Also, I have had some tight draws on these smokes, and retailers who are usually good about exchanging plugged cigars are a little bit less inclined to do so at $17 a crack. If you like full-bodied Davidoff-manufactured cigars, I'd receommend the AVO Domaine series.10