A new entry in Macanudo’s Inspirado line, the Jamao, is offering up something truly unique for cigar lovers. How unique? Well, it features a completely distinct wrapper leaf that’s never been grown before. Now that we’ve got your attention, let’s dive into the details.
The mad minds at Macanudo took tobacco seeds from Jamastran, Honduras and planted them in the soil of Mao, Dominican Republic. The result is a never-before-seen wrapper leaf that lends a creamy flavor profile to each stick. By the way, if you combine the city names of Jamastran and Mao, and you can see how the cigar got the name “Jamao.”
Beneath that wrapper, you’ll find even more to enjoy. The Jamao packs together fine filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic, all held within a Honduran binder. If you’re looking for a cigar with an earthy, woody taste and medium body, you can’t miss with this new Inspirado entry.
If this sounds like your kind of cigar, be sure to keep your eyes on our new arrivals or our Macanudo page. This is a very limited release and once the boxes we’ve nabbed are gone, they aren’t coming back. You’ll be able to choose from two sizes: Toro (5 ¾ x 52) and Churchill (7 x 49). Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind addition to your humidor.