Over the last couple of years, Davidoff has turned to Asian astrology and this year is no different as the Davidoff Year of the Sheep is set to hit the shelves next month.
According to Davidoff,
“As people rejoice in the dawn of a New Year, no one will look on with more contentment than the Sheep. To the Sheep, happiness is other people’s happiness. Generous of spirit, the Sheep loves to see their own love of life reflected in the faces of those around them as well as the objects and things which surround them.
For the Sheep is an artist, an aficionado of beauty. Belonging to the element of Wood, the Sheep is a craftsman, fashioning a world of harmony and aesthetic pleasure. For Davidoff, the appreciation of craftsmanship which brings joy to others is what we seek to achieve with each New Year.”
The cigars are expected to carry an MSRP before local and state taxes of $35.00 with a box price of $280.00 for 8 cigars. According to Davidoff the cigar relays notes of spice, chocolate and coffee, creating a beautifully creamy after taste. The cigar which is said to be medium bodied comes in a piramide format measuring 6.5 x 54. It will feature a wrapper from Ecuador, binder from Yamasa and fillers consisting of a hybrid Corojo/Olor Visus, San Vicente Visus, Piloto Visus, San Vicente Mejorado Visus and Piloto Visus.
Only 3,000 boxes will be made.