⊗ By having earned a place on Cigar Aficionado’s Top 25 Cigars of 2017 list, it’s safe to say you’ll be loving the Macanudo Inspirado Orange Robusto cigar. This premium vitola is rolled in a popular 5 x 50 format, the perfect size to kick, back, relax, and enjoy some tantalizing full-flavored notes of hazelnut, caramel, sweet cedar, and white peppe
⊗ Introduced in the 1970s, Macanudo Maduro cigars were made with the choicest cigar wrapper leaves grown in the San Andres Tuxtla Valley of Mexico. In response to the growing demand for full-flavored cigars, an even richer Macanudo Maduro cigar was developed and introduced in 1999.
Today, Macanudo Maduro cigars are crafted in the Dominican Republic with the very best Connecticut Broadleaf wrappers. Even grainier, oilier and more flavorful than the Maduro wrapper leaves that were grown for Macanudo in the San Andres Tuxtla Valley, the Maduro wrappers now used by Macanudo are truly exceptional. In fact, only two of the many tobacco farms in the Connecticut River Valley yield Broadleaf tobacco leaves that meet the high standards for Macanudo Maduro cigars.
Like a rare port wine, a Macanudo Maduro cigar has a lingering, rich flavor that lends itself to moments of the most tasteful relaxation.
Macanudo cigars was originally the name of a frontmark produced in Jamaica by the makers of the Cuban brand of Punch. In 1971, General Cigar Company introduced a new cigar named Macanudo as a brand unto itself. Developed in Jamaica under the creative leadership of Ramon Cifuentes, the legendary Cuban cigar master of Partagas, Macanudo cigars soon became the leading premium cigar and remains so today.