Im new to the world of cigars, so Ive taken more to the mild to medium cigars. Ive tried many and I have to say that I loved and enjoyed the Macanudo gold. Im not sure what all the correct terminology I should be useing but I really enjoyed it, it didnt sting my tounge, every puff was easy and people around me who do not smoke at all told me that my cigar smelled great. I can only afford to buy 2-3 at a time , I only wish it was a little cheaper to buy a box but I can understand why the price is what it is.
Macanudo? What's the big deal on these cigars? Macanudo this, Macanudo that! General Cigars, go figure! I would not say is a bad cigar... well... yes, it's crap. I worked in the industry and I can honestly tell you there are far better mild smokes out there and way cheaper. there is a pattern that most Macanudo smokers do: They stay there and don't try anything else than that. I used to tell them to switch to Davidoff, Avo, Ashton. And if they don't want to spend so much then go with RP 1999, Chateau Real from Drew State, Cuesta Rey, RP Edge Lite or even better, Chateau Fuente Connecticut. So people, get out of the comfort zone and try one of those.
My first big gauge smoke. Not usually a fan of macanudo. I was sceptical at first usually I prefer a shorter 4-5 50-54 gauge smoke but this was surprisingly awesome. I got this in a private collection samplers and decided to try it since it was only one smoke and now im going to have to get a box,!!!!!
MACANUDO IS A GREAT CIGAR. THE HAMPTON COURT GOLD LABEL IS EVEN BETTER. CAUGHT A GREAT BARGAIN ON THE ONE DAY SALE.
This cigar excelled in nearly every facet. Taste was the best I have tried period. Burn and consistency also 10 quality. Size and shape not necessarily my favorite but with the overall excellence I didn't care. I generally like a smaller diameter stick.
I've gone through a dozen of these since Christmas, and they are now my favorite smoke. Smooth,with a rich, creamy and nutty taste, and perfect draw every time. Que bueno!
A very good tasting, well burning stick. It's very mild and has a pleasant almost sweet taste. I'm relatively new to cigar smoking but the Macanudo Gold Label is hands down my favorite.
Absolutely beautiful cigar. Tiny bit sloppy on the burn. Draw is a bit tight with less smoke than I like. Extremely mild smoke. Great stick overall. Perfect flavor for a cup of coffee at dawn. Favorite mild stick.
This is truly a superb cigar! I don't want to put this cigar down until I almost burn my lips. It maintains its rich, creamy, mellow flavor from the start to the end.
I think they are a "GREAT SMOKE" Its smooth looking, it lights up nicely, a perfect draw & it burns a nice White Smoke. The "Signature" Macanudo Aroma(I love it). The above comment goes for all the "GOLD SERIES" Mananudo's. Im a MAC LOVER, What can I say.
One can only hope to get his hands on this smooth cigar. Given to me on the 4th of July I only had to ash twice the entire cigar. Smooth, Flavorful, and complimenting a nice merlot this baby is the end all of even draw. Enjoy!
My wife bought me a box of these (Tudors) for Christmas. They've been sitting in my humidor at 65-70 for a little over a month now and they are really smoking great and tasting fabulous! This is a mild cigar that you can smoke down to 1 inch, but it is quite complex, yet smooth and flavorful smoke. It doesn't compete with dinner, desert, or after dinner drinks. It really compliments them! They burn well, taste well, look great, and are very consistent. They are worth the money. This is a quintessential Macanudo! Can you tell, I really like these cigars!