Sometimes, a cigar is created with such special tobacco that the conventional paper cigar band doesn’t quite convey the necessary intention. Such is the case with the Macanudo Vintage Maduro 1997 cigar. A glistening silver metal ring (yes, metal!) with red text dons this ebony-hued work of art, boasting a wrapper dating back to the 1997 harvest season.
As with all of the cigars in the Macanudo Vintage collection, carefully curated wrapper leaves are selected from special harvests (from years such as 2000 and 2006, etc.). Slow fermentation and aging of the leaf has resulted in a very unique and complex smoking experience. Think rich and flavorful (yet not overpowering) and balanced.
What does the Macanudo Vintage Maduro 1997 cigar taste like?
The Vintage Maduro 1997 cigar is well balanced, showing refined notes of black coffee, smooth cedar, and cream, all layered with slightly sweet anise and a spicy finish.