Originally Posted by mikeman
I would probably say I favor medium bodied, although, I'll smoke any.
What kind of flavor profiles do they have?
This was posted a few pages back from a Davidoff rep.
The thousands and classic series are the lightest bodies smoke in the white label line. The thousands, especially, are very creamy and flavorful, but again, very light. The kind of strength that a regular smoker would have when they do not want something that strong, like on an empty stomach. Nonetheless, very flavorful. The next step up is the Gran Cru, which are on the medium to light side of medium. Again, flavorful. A step above them in strength are the davidoff maduro. These are similar the gran Cru, although a bit more full bodied. The Special series are going to be solidly medium. Cream, occasionally a bit of spice. The Colorado Claro wrappers in the special series are a bit more spicy. Great smokes. The millennium series are medium-full. They use an ecuadorean grown proprietary Cuban seed wrapper, and have a hint of strength often associated with Cuba. Again, very good and flavorful smoke. The strongest are the Puro D'oro. Very full bodied, especially in the larger sizes. These are made with Dominican wrapper, binder, and filler, and are very full bodied. Creamy, quite a few subtleties in the blend. One of my favorites. The Anniversario Series is kind of separate. Creamy, and VERY flavorful, the 1 and 2 are mild to medium smokes with a very enjoyable creamy draw and flavor. It is the kind of smoke you want to take an hour or two and smoke while savoring it. The 3 is medium plus. Has a bit more spice, and is one of our most requested at events.