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DAVIDOFF THOUSAND SERIES 3000 CONNECTICUT LANCERO

The Davidoff 3000, a rarely rolled Panetela Fina format, is a cigar of exceptionally slender elegance. As the mildest cigar in the "Mille" series, the Davidoff 3000 is bound to delight connoisseurs of superb smoking pleasure with its beautifully balanced, medium-strength aroma. The singularly slim format promises a harmonious smoke, perfect for any occasion and at any time of the day. Note: All Davidoff White Label products will ship within 7 business days.

$322.50
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