Macanudo Vintage 2010
The world’s first Vintage cigar was created by Macanudo nearly 40 years ago to spotlight an exceptional wrapper developed in part by Mother Nature, fast-forward to today, and a new vintage.
Macanudo Vintage 2010 will hit store shelves in mid-August.
Preceded eleven years ago by a growing season with high temperatures and optimal rainfall, 2010 features a Connecticut River Valley silky shade-grown tobacco wrapper.
Ernest Gocaj who oversees the Connecticut growing operations for Macanudo tells Cigar World, “We could not have asked for a better growing season than we had in 2010.”
The cigar also features a unique proprietary Cuban-seed varietal regenerated by General Cigar’s agronomists, partnered with hand-selected Nicaraguan and Honduran leaves, aged three to five years. The blend is bound with a Nicaraguan leaf.
Learn more about the Macanudo 2010 here.