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One of Macanudo’s most unique blends to date, paying homage to the legacy of one of the most iconic cigar brands in history!
It’s no secret that Macanudo cigars are typically some of the mildest smokes that you can find. Since the cigar boom of the 90’s, Macanudo has been synonymous with 18 holes of golf on a Sunday afternoon. The 1968, however, is a medium to full-bodied smoke meant to be savored after dinner or with a nice drink.
Featuring a Honduran Olancho San Agustin wrapper with a Connecticut Habano binder and filler leaves from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua, this cigar is a three-country blend that’s packed with flavor! White pepper, cocoa, espresso, and cedar all envelop the palate, and form one of the finest evening cigars in Macanudo’s lineup!
Great news! The Macanudo 1968 received a 90-point rating, noting, “A dark cigar with lots of woody, cedary flavors. The taste is complemented by significant notes of toast as well as black cherry flavors.”