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Bugatti Signature

A high octane blend

Although Bugatti Signature may not be able to go over 200 mph, it delivers an experience that’s sure to have your hair standing on end. With no expense spared in sourcing the most well-aged and rare tobaccos, this cigar delivers as only a Bugatti can. Fasten your seatbelts and prepare yourself for an adventure in the fast lane with Bugatti Signature.

Crafted at the PDR factory in the Dominican Republic, Bugatti Signature utilizes rare, 10 year old Dominican Piloto Cubano tobacco in the long-filler tucked beneath a gorgeous Ecuadorian wrapper. Unapologetically full-bodied, the high octane Bugatti Signature will have your palate revving with flavors of cocoa and spice setting the table for a creamy finish. If you’ve been hunting for a full-bodied flavor bomb, your search ends here with Bugatti Signature. 

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Churchill (7.0"x52)
Box of 20 In Stock $300.00
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Churchill (7.0"x52)
Pack of 5 In Stock $71.50
Robusto (5.0"x54)
Box of 20 In Stock $270.00
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Robusto (5.0"x54)
Pack of 5 In Stock $64.50
Toro (6.0"x54)
Box of 20 In Stock $290.00
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Toro (6.0"x54)
Pack of 5 In Stock $68.50
Overall Rating 3 out of 5 Based on 2 Ratings

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I bought the five pack to treat myself. What can I say? Only one cigar was perfect at this kind of money. The taste was not consistent, draw was dismal, and burn uneven. I wish there could be a second chance-ain't happening with my money.
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"I was fortunate enough to light up a Bugatti Signature and I have to tell you – it too is a work of art."
Here is what well-known aficionado IrvCigarBroker has to say about the Bugatti Signature Robusto: "… the Bugatti got my attention not only as a car but as a cigar, too. I was fortunate enough to light up a Bugatti Signature and I have to tell you – it too is a work of art. The pre-draw was woody and just right. It sported a triple cap, and a rich, sienna brown wrapper from Ecuador. When I lit the cigar, immediately I sensed fresh sawed wood. I likened it to pine dust floating in the air. A tickle of plywood aroma crept in for a few moments and then the cigar began to roar with woodsy flavors. In fact, the entire cigar was slathered in various wood notes that were at times very difficult to define. The binder is from the Dominican Republic and the filler is a perfect mix of tobaccos from the Dominican, Brazil, Nicaragua and the US. The alluring bouquet began to float into my nostrils and my palate was in utter chaos. I was taken aback by the tang of fruit wood – it could have been apple, cherry or pear – but it was definitely fruit wood. It was indistinguishable what fruit, but prominent throughout the smoke. Then the spicy segment of the cigar gradually began to tantalize my tongue and did so for the remainder of the smoke. Though I will say that the degree of spiciness ebbed and flowed like a dream you can only remember parts of, but you know it was there – but not in any order. Interestingly the tinge of charred wood began to sneak into the smoke toward the end and I began to detect burnt Applewood. Yes, I did. The smoke was creamy, and soft like a mohair sweater that would have satisfied Ed Wood to the nth degree. I found the cigar to be slightly less than full both in flavor and body. Like the automobile itself, the prices are past the mid-range. But anyone knows that if the cigar is worth it – and it is – price is not the issue – satisfaction is. I smoked The Signature to the very end and the spice revved up even more...."