Rich in history, the Macanudo Café Claybourne produces an equally luxurious quality of smoke. The Macanudo brand was originally introduced in 1971 by the General Cigar Company, and quickly went on to gain popularity all over the world. These elegant cigars are best paired with a glass of white wine, which has tart, acidic notes that go well with their mild-bodied flavor profile. Each cigar is made with a fine blend of filler tobacco procured from the Dominican Republic. The filler is held together by a premium Mexican binder that burns slowly to produce a mesmerizing aroma.
These cigars are enclosed in Connecticut shade-grown leaf wrappers that add to the rich motley of flavors. Macanudo Claybourne Café cigars are 6 inches in length with a ring gauge of 33—apt for those who prefer thin and long smokes. They are sold in well-packaged boxes containing 25 pieces each.
|6 x 33 (Panatela)||Box of 25||Connecticut||Mexican||Dominican, Mexican||Dominican Republic|