Davtian Primus Robusto

I met David Davtian briefly at the Intertabac trade show. It was a brand I heard mention before but I never saw or tasted, any of their cigars. And after starting Ministry of Cigars, I had to look into the brand a bit. And to my surprise, they only have two sizes for each blend. And each size is blended differently, for the optimal taste with the specific size.

This 5×54 round Davtian Primus is made from an Ecuadorian wrapper. It has a Dominican Olor binder. The wrapper contains Viso and Seco from San Vicente in the Dominican Republic. And both Seco and Ligero from a Criollo 98 kind. That tobacco also comes from the Dominican Republic

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The cigar has a beautiful Colorado wrapper. It is mild oily with some veins. The head is beautifully rounded. But the reason why the cigar doesn’t speak to me is the ring. It is silver with black, but the logo and the overall feel of the ring are too bland for me. I get an ‘I’ve seen this before’ feeling, it reminds me a bit of a Zino ring. The quality is great, yet it doesn’t speak to me. The aroma is mild, and I smell a mild ammonia smell. Add some barnyard and that’s your Davtian Primus aroma.

The cold draw is great. I taste raw tobacco. After lighting, I taste pepper, coffee, earth, penny bun mushroom, and softwood. There is a little cream. The cigar is mellow, typically a classic smooth Dominican cigar. Not very interesting. Cedar, a bit of cream, some leather. If I didn’t know better, I would expect this to be a Connecticut Shade cigar because of the smoothness and the mild mustiness that comes with Connecticut Shade. The mustiness disappears. The main flavors are wood, mushroom, and pepper. Yet it is all smooth and mild. After a third, I taste more sweetness with the mushrooms and the pepper. The cigar loses the mushroom and turns more to oak and pepper. There is a little bit of hay in the flavor too.

The draw is great. The burn is good. The smoke is quite alright. The ash is light colored and pretty dense. This is a mild to medium bodied cigar, medium flavored. The smoke time is an hour and twenty minutes.

Would I buy this cigar again? No, this is not up my alley so to say.

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3 thoughts on “Davtian Primus Robusto

  1. Is there a Maduro one?

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