With a consistently mellow taste, Macanudo is the number one premium cigar in the US today. Part of the reason for this is that they still follow the centuries - old traditional Cuban method of aging it's Connecticut shade grown wrapper, not once but twice.
The Ascot cigars are handcrafted in the Dominican Republic with select Connecticut shade wrappers that are especially silky, always mild, aromatic and easy to draw.
Ascot cigars are handcrafted inthe Dominican Repbulic with select Broadleaf wrappers which are grainier, oilier and more flavourful than the ones grown in San Andres Tuxtla valley for the Ascot Cafe.
The Cru Royal Robusto was introduced in 2010, to fill a gap in the Macanudo cigar line. The Cru Roayal series was created specifically to be medium bodied and flavourful. Stronger than the Cafe series but milder than 1968 cigars.
Maduro wrapper, medium strength cigar. Wrapped in a dark Ecuadorian leaf, the Dominican, Nicaraguan and Brazilian long fillers come together providing a rich smooth medium bodied smoke.
The Macanudo Inspirado Black line was debuted in 2015, made available for sale in 2016. Exceptionally Black wrapper is attained by leaving the leaves on the plant longer for them to darken. Blend of tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Nicaragua. Aromas of cedar wood and herbs with the sweetness of cinnamon and chocolate flavours makes this cigar aromatic. Medium bodied, excellent construction.
The second in the new line from Macanudo, this is the smaller of the two. Tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Nicaragua make up the blend. The dark colour comes from the tobacco leaves having been left on the plant to darken. Aromas of cedar wood and herbs, flavours of cinnamon and chocolate add the touch of seetness. This blend makes the cigar very aromatic, medium bodied with an excellent construction.
Macanudo Inspirado is a handmade cigar from Honuran, Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos - held together with a binder from the Jamastran Valley in Honduras. It is then wrapped in an oily Rosanda leaf from San Augustin, Honduras.