Joining one of the world’s best classic cigar series are the Macanudo Vintage 2010 cigars. Presented in three shapes, Churchill, Toro Grande, and Torpedo, these vitolas boast one of the best Connecticut Shade wrappers ever to envelope the best Macanudo cigars.
It all starts with summer of 2010 when the Connecticut River Valley saw its hottest temperatures in 25 years. Top that with high humidity and just the right amount of rainfall, the result is a U.S. Connecticut Shade wrapper that’s exquisitely silky to the touch, while bitter-free and delectably flavorful to the palate. That alone makes these vitolas worth adding to your prized cigar collection. Add some Dominican Piloto Cubano 94 to the blend along with five-year-aged Honduran and three-year-aged Nicaraguan and let ‘em sleep for around 10 years. When they awake you’ve got a smoke that’s phenomenally mellow, aromatic and wired with notes of cedar, vanilla, mild spices, and a wisp of cocoa.
Ideal for smokers of every caliber, if you’re looking for one of the best Macanudo Vintage cigars to-date, order a box of the Vintage 2010 today.
We re all different. Some are very different. So the Macanudo Vintage 2010 Churchill s might not be for everyone, but they certainly hit the spot for me. It s the most consistent cigar I ve tried in a long time and it has leap frogged to the top of my list.Things change, and this might change too, but I cannot imagine taking it off the list. I recommend this one for those who may be trapped between the light and dark leaf. It seems to occupy that zone for me... maybe leaning a little towards the lighter leaf.
This cigar has a true CT Valley Shade wrapper and it imparts a sweetness to the cigar that Ecuador Shade just cannot deliver. Draw is nice. My favorite for a relaxing mellow smoke.