Bugatti Ambassador Cigars
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A Bugatti even I can afford.

The name Bugatti immediately calls to mind the 200+ mph supercar of my dreams. While Bugatti cigars won’t help me motor down the highway at ridiculous speeds, this blend certainly lives up to the Bugatti promise of delivering a truly exceptional and luxurious experience.

Bugatti Ambassador hails from the Dominican Republic and features a smooth Ecuador Habano wrapper atop a multi-country blend of Dominican, Brazilian, Pennsylvanian, and Nicaraguan long-fillers. These premium tobaccos are blended perfectly to offer up a medium-bodied and flavor-rich adventure. Hitting top speed in a flash, expect to be embraced with sweet, creamy flavors with a subtle hint of spice. A high performance blend in every aspect, Bugatti Ambassador features spot-on construction and an effortless draw paving the way for a relaxing and pleasant excursion.  Give the Bugatti Ambassador a test drive, and I’m confident you’ll want to revisit this blend time and again. 

PackIn StockMSRPPriceQtyCart
Robusto (5.0"x52)
Box of 20Only 1 Left$220.00
save $80.0136% off
Toro (6.0"x54)
Box of 20In Stock$240.00
save $90.0138% off
Overall Rating4.33 out of 5 Based on 6 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Bugatti Ambassador”

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Nice pull and stays lit.
Nice pull and stays lit. Not invasive. But enough body to let you know it's presence.
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Favorite Cigar
This is my go to cigar - I always have them in my humidor. You won't be dissapointed.
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Very smooth with a good aroma.
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A true ultra-premium!
Outstandingly consistent, flavorful medium body cigar. Slow to burn with lots of smoke. Quite enjoyable!
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bugatti needs a tune-up
bought a box of these and i must say they did not meet my expectations at all. they were not not the worst cigars i have smoked,but find that they were loose in their costruction asd burned unevenly snf tended to have a loose ash that "flowered" at the end ; rather looke a bit like an exploded cigar from a three stooges skit. they had a rather nice buzz factor for a medium strength cigar that i tend to like in a cigar that i smoke, but this was not enough to make up for all the other short-comings. the box and presentation is awesome and if one could smoke the attractive box it likely would be the best cigar on the face of the earth. the namesake makes one think that these are high-end. however, if the the motourcar had all the failings of this cigar, it it would be on the back of a tow truck all the time. i recommend to stick with your favourites and not spend your money on this highly-touted cigar; better to drive a lesser brand that gets you from point A to B than to have something that is showy but falls short on delivering the performance and fails to get started started at all.

This one handles beautifully...

Jeff K
Bugatti accessories have been around the cigar world for a while now, and they’ve always been solid performers. When I heard that they were going into cigar manufacturing, I must admit, I had some doubts. When you’re good at what you do, I want to see you do that, not something else. No one’s lining up to watch Jordan Spieth play football (although, after the recent Masters, maybe he’s considering making a switch). In this case, though, I’m happy to say I was wrong. Bugatti cigars are the real deal.

Yigal Harel, president of the Bugatti Group, was quite enthusiastic in this launch. While most cigar brands come onto the scene with one or two different offerings, Bugatti launched an ambitious five. At this point, I’ve tried four out of the five of them, and while I certainly have my favorites, I feel solid recommending any if you’re looking for a top-shelf blend. Let’s talk about one in specific today, though. The Bugatti Ambassador.

What we’ve got here is a true medium-bodied, balanced blend. And for those of you who’ve seen my past reviews, you know that this is the type of cigar I keep coming back to. Bugatti Ambassador is made in the PDR factory in the DR. As you may have guessed, the presentation here is spot-on. Bugatti knows how to make something look good. The sleek black and red design of the box, with the matte finish on top is flawless. When you open this box, you know you’re getting something premium.
But of course, you don’t want a sports car just for the looks. You want to know that when you hit the gas, you’re peelin’ off in the best of the best. Lighting up these samples, I was instantly impressed. The Ecuador Habano wrapper delivered a sweet creaminess that kept this blend smooth and mellow, which spicy flavors came in and out throughout the burn. There’s a box of these in the office right now, and I’d expect that it’ll be gone by the end of the week — the guys have been ripping these daily.

The only knock I have against this cigar is the price. To be fair, with this one, you’re getting what you pay for, but it certainly ain’t cheap. If you’re looking for a 5-pack for your golf crew, though, this one’s a no-brainer. After those are gone, I wouldn’t be surprised if this showed up on your wish list (Father’s Day is right around the corner after all…)