Sometimes the stars, the sun, and the soil align in juuust the right way to produce tobaccos that seem to answer a higher calling. That’s what happened on Macanudo’s Connecticut farms in 2010, and the Macanudo Vintage 2010 cigar stands as delicious proof.
In 2010, the Connecticut River Valley saw its hottest growing season in 25 years, with temperatures climbing to well over 100°. This heatwave, aided by intense humidity and ample rainfall, produced an extraordinary crop of silky and radiant shade-grown leaves. After over ten years of patient aging, those leaves now adorn the majestic Macanudo Vintage 2010.
A burly Honduran binder and a filler blend comprised of aged Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos as well as the company’s own proprietary Dominican Piloto Cubano 94 varietal were carefully chosen to complement the special wrappers, resulting in a balanced, mellow smoke that’s teeming with lavish flavor.
Rounded tones of wood, vanilla bean, soft spices, and herbal qualities populate the Vintage 2010’s inviting and vivacious profile, creating an air of relaxing enchantment found only in cigars of the highest magnitude. Packaged in boxes of 20 cigars, each sleeved in cedar to preserve its flavors and protect its delicate wrapper, the Macanudo Vintage 2010 is easily one of the historic brand’s most exceptional achievements. Enjoy it here at the world’s lowest prices.