Macanudo cigars are featured among the most widely distributed, bestselling brands available. If you’re looking for cigars anywhere where Macanudo isn’t on the menu, then you could be looking in the wrong place. Macanudo is primarily regarded for a mild, creamy profile that is very approachable and oftentimes represents the first brand that both novices and connoisseurs are introduced to when deciding to smoke for the very first time.
- Price Per Cigar:Only $2.49 per cigar!40 options available6 ReviewsStrength MildCountry: Dominican RepublicWrapper: Connecticut Shade
A brand that needs no introduction, Macanudo has been a mainstay in many an American humidor. A blend of Mexican and Dominican filler tobaccos support a silky smooth Connecticut Shade wrapper and leads to a mild, mellow smoking experience. An easy draw pulls cool, creamy flavors out of these cigars, with little in the way of accompanying spice.read more
- Price Per Cigar:Only: $2.491 option available1 ReviewStrength MildCountry: Dominican RepublicWrapper: Connecticut Shade
If you happen to be jonesing for a big brand BLOWOUT to bolster your cigar collection, the CLOSEOUT CAFE is open for business… Macanudo Cafe, that is! You now have the rare opportunity to procure the legendary, iconic Macanudo Cafe for over HALF-OFF RETAIL! The esteemed makers of Macanudo recently made a miscalculation with a decimal point when they ordered their all-new Napoleon size from the factory. Despite its diminutive stature (4 x 42), Napoleon threatened to invade Macanudo’s entire warehouse space due to an overproduction quandary. With nowhere for Napoleon to go, an urgent call was placed to the Holt’s Liquidation Hotline and Napoleon was subsequently banished deep into the blowout bin. Feast on the original, bestselling Macanudo profile of toasted nuts with a hint of vanilla and a mild, creamy finish at never-seen-before BLOWOUT PRICES, while supplies last!read more
- Price Per Cigar:$4.59 - $7.496 options availableStrength MediumCountry: Dominican RepublicWrapper: Ecuador Habano
Macanudo Cru Royale is the newest addition to the Macanudo family. Unlike it's mild, green and white banded counterpart Cru Royale sets the bar a bit higher in terms of strength, complexity and flavor.read more
- Price Per Cigar:$1.31 - $8.3910 options availableStrength Mild-MediumCountry: Dominican RepublicWrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Macanudo cigars are famous for being consistently mild, mellow and smooth. A light blend of Dominican and Mexican tobaccos creates a mild foundation on top of which the Maduro wrapper adds a subtle layer of creamy sweetness. If mild and sweet is your smoking preference then Macanudo Maduro is just the ticket.read more
- Price Per Cigar:$1.09 - $7.296 options availableStrength Medium-FullCountry: Dominican RepublicWrapper: Connecticut Shade
A brand that needs no introduction, Macanudo has been a mainstay in many an American humidor. A blend of Mexican and Dominican filler tobaccos supports a Connecticut wrapper and leads to a mild, mellow smoking experience. An easy draw pulls cool, creamy flavors and a bit of spice out of these cigars.read more
If you’re a cigar nut who likes to pack a lunch, trade in your brown paper bag for a fancy Macanudo Cooler Bag! Keep your snacks fresh and advertise your love for a classic brand by toting your new cooler bag to the break room or take it out to the park! Pack a picnic inside and stash a few cigars along with your cigar accessories. A handy shoulder strap makes it easy to carry a heavy lunch, or throw a few beverage cans in too!read more
MACANUDO BRAND HISTORY
Macanudo represents one of the most recognizable cigar brand names in the world. The first Macanudo cigars were handcrafted in 1968 at the Temple Hall factory in Kingston, Jamaica. The Macanudo brand is now produced in the Dominican Republic and is owned by General Cigar Company. Macanudo debuted in the U.S. market in 1971, quickly becoming a popular premium offering. Seeking to enhance and broaden the burgeoning product’s reputation, General Cigar Company brought in Ramon Cifuentes to blend Macanudo’s core profiles, relying on his past expertise as the chief blender behind the Partagas brand in Cuba. Cifuentes went on to oversee the release of several Cuban heritage blends for the U.S. market under General Cigar Company as they sought to absorb the lucrative demand for cigars in America following the trade embargo with Cuba. Cifuentes was instrumental in developing the Partagas and Bolivar brands within the U.S. for General Cigar, in addition to numerous Macanudo lines.
MACANUDO BRAND OVERVIEW
Due to its broad exposure in the marketplace, Macanudo often serves as an introductory brand for consumers curious about cigar smoking. Macanundo Cafe is the brand’s bestselling product line with more than twenty available formats. The iconic profile of Macanudo Cafe is blended from Dominican and Mexican filler tobaccos beneath a silky Connecticut Shade wrapper, bearing creamy and approachable flavors of toasted nuts and hints of vanilla with a mellow finish. The Robusto-shaped Hyde Park is among the bestselling sizes of the Café blend, along with the Corona-shaped Hampton Court, and the more concentrated profile of the Portofino, rolled in a unique Lancero format. Cigar lovers who enjoy an abbreviated smoking duration in Macanudo Cafe often gravitate to the shorter format of the Rothschild, or Macanudo Ascots, the company’s bestselling cigarillos which can be found in a varied spectrum of retailers, including fine cigar shops, convenience store franchises and even gas stations.
The Macanudo Maduro line utilizes the brand’s reliable recipe of Dominican and Mexican long-filler tobaccos underneath a rich and oily Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper to create approachable tasting notes of chocolate, coffee and cedar. In the past, Macanudo has offered a handful of notable limited editions, including Macanudo Gold Label, a slightly richer version of Cafe; Macanudo 1968, a proprietary blend honoring the brand’s 40th Anniversary; and Macanudo Estate Reserve, which features select Jamaican tobaccos in the blend as an homage to the brand’s previous country of origin. Well over three hundred Macanudo cigars have been reviewed by Cigar Aficionado magazine over the years. Macanudo Cru Royale remains a fan favorite thanks to a 91-rating and placement in the magazine’s ‘Top 25 Cigars of the Year’ following its release. Macanudo Robust garnered a 90-rating with a slightly stronger profile bearing complex notes of leather and earth in attempt to appeal to consumers with more full-bodied preferences. Macanudo cigars enjoy a classic reputation thanks to tremendous distribution and a well-marketed portfolio.