Macanudo Vintage cigars boast a rare Connecticut Shade wrapper from an exceptional 1997 harvest with a beautiful blonde color and naturally sweet taste. A Mexican San Andres binder augments a Dominican Piloto Cubano long-filler blend for a smoke that's seductively aromatic, delicately spicy, very refined, and magnificently mellow. What else would you expect from America's bestselling premium cigar maker? Add this stunning, must-buy cigar to your cart now and revel in all its vintage glory.
Not a big Macanudo fan, thought the metal band was cool so why not try it? Very nice surprise, rich, flavorful, tasty. Put out alot of fragrant smoke, but it also did that between draws, smoked like a chimney, think it needed more rest. Would definitely buy again
Loved it from the beginning to the end. Had 3 boxes and getting more.
Once gone, never to be made again. Some from the box have a harder draw than others,but once started, burnds well.
My tobacconist introduced me to this one and I got to say that it's a good cigar. The wrapper is very dark and toothy with a nice sheen. The draw is very firm, like a thick-malt-through-a-straw firm. So, it burns even but fails to yeild large volumes of smoke. The taste is out of this world! I purchased a few and I can't wait to how they age in the humidor.
Not as flavorful as I read it would be. Not a bad smoke but it is milder than I expected. I will keep a couple on hand but not thrilled with it. More for the cool metal bands.
Excellent burn. Very consistent. Easy Draw -good looking. A bit rough on taste -I expected something smoother. Great construction -a little soft.