Davidoff announces a new humidor from the Masterpiece series, Davidoff Masterpiece Humidor Terroirs.
“A place where the earth meets fire and fire meets the sky, where craftsmanship meets creativity, where the art of inlay meets Davidoff’s design”. The author of this new masterpiece is the French artist Rose Saneuil.
The Davidoff Masterpiece Humidor Terroirs succeeds Humidor Damajagua and Humidor Cave de Paille, drawing inspiration from and bringing together three territories of the house in Geneva, Escurio, Nicaragua and Yamasá.
Intensity of Yamasá that springs from its characteristic terrain is reflected in the red Tineo wood of Latin America. The majestic volcano that dominates the scene captures the fire of Nicaragua and the evening sunset has all the mystery and promise of the intriguing journey of the taste of Escurio. The red earth meets the flaming fire under a bright twilight.
These new humidors consist of as many as 304 carvings made from 34 different materials including tobacco leaves, wood, straw, minerals, leather, parchment and even mother-of-pearl.
Interior of the Humidor is made of hand-painted Gabon wood from west-central Africa. It is odorless and tasteless, thus avoiding the transfer of aromas to the cigars.
Each Humidor is equipped with three proprietary Davidoff De Luxe regulators, that guarantee a stable humidification between 70 and 72%.
Inside, the humidor houses 50 Davidoff Belicoso Terroir Limited Edition 2019 cigars, that measure 52 x 133 mm.
The confirmation of the exclusivity of the Davidoff Masterpiece Humidor Terroirs is emphasized by the limited edition of only 20 units and the price is around $ 25,000.