Macanudo 1968 Cigars
You may think you know the iconic Macanudo, the mild cigar that has ushered a million and one smokers into the aficionado club, but until you’ve had a Macanudo 1968 you don’t know the half of it. It was created to celebrate the brand’s 40 years of dominance in the cigar market, but with an eye as much towards the future as on the past. Crafted to the tastes of modern smokers and containing barrel-aged tobaccos found in no other cigar, the 1968 is a full-flavored, medium-to-full bodied stogie stacked to the hilt with Dominican and two types of Nicaraguan leaves for the filler, plus an Habano Connecticut binder and, as the coup-de-grace, a Honduran San Agustin wrapper.
Once alight the cigar comes alive, with rich leather and toasted cedar laying a foundation while sweet caramel and robust coffee add in tasty highlights. If you own a humidor stuffed full of favorites like the Alec Bradley American Classic and Ashton and Perdomo ESV 2002 Natural and Rocky Patel 1999 Vintage Connecticut, then the Macanudo 1968 might not be for you. And that’s OK. However, if you’re looking to step into a new world, an unexpected world with new horizons of taste to explore, then you’ve come to the right place. We think you’ll stick around for a while.
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