Davidoff’s Danish Mixture is not a very glamorous tobacco blend. It doesn’t have a fancy name, and the description of the actual tobacco itself is rather lackluster. This is however, like most Davidoff products, very high in quality.
Danish Mixture is listed as an aromatic, but to my taste it definitely falls somewhere more in the tobacco-flavor centric or semi-aromatic category. The tin note is fairly sweet, with a light honey and fermented fruit aroma. All three components the Virginia, Burley and Cavendish, are cut into thin even ribbons and the result is a balanced smoke that has a bright citrusy taste with a touch of sweetness. Periodically a subtle spicy tang will come forth giving the smoke a wee-touch of complexity. The room note is quite pleasant and shouldn’t give anyone in the general vicinity too much to complain about. This is good, well behaved tobacco.
I enjoy smoking this when I am in the mood for something mild with a slightly enhanced flavor. Unlike some of the other Danish aromatics I have tried, Davidoff’s Danish Mixture burns well right out of the tin with no bite.
Pipe Used: Briar & Cob