Indian Motorcycle Cigars are a nod to the popular make of motorcycle established in 1901. Originally made under the name Indian Tabac, these cigars were made by Phil Zanghi for Rocky Patel. Manufacturing is now entrusted to Debonaire cigars with assistance from Drew Estate, making now the perfect time for these cigars to mount a comeback.
Available in your choice of Ecuador Habano or Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrappers, both medium-bodied options are stuffed with hand-selected tobaccos from the Dominican Republic. The Habano option is smooth and accented with swaths of nutmeg, cane sugar, coffee, and caramel; the Maduro offers dark cocoa, earth, and a nutty finish. No matter which you choose, you're in for a complex smoke that's full of flavor AND affordable. Debonaire also offers two additional lines, Debonaire and Debonaire Daybreak:
With a blend of Nicaragua and Dominican tobaccos at its core, Debonaire comes in your pick of Nicaragua Habano or Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrappers. Both are woody, leathery, and full-bodied with notes of cocoa found with the Maduro, and a peppery spice with the Habano. These super premiums are satisfying from beginning to end.
A plush Ecuador Connecticut Shade wrapper hugs a heart of Dominican and Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos to entrance your palate with creamy dollops of sweet cedar, leather, earth, and a trace of spices. Those in search of cigar to start their morning with a flourish will instantly warm to the mellow-to-medium profile given by Debonaire Daybreak.