IPCPR 2016: Macanudo

In this video Ben talks to Victoria McKee Jaworski about the latest Macanudo, the Macanudo Mao. General Cigars has been keeping their tobacco scientists busy, because like the new Partagás Ramón y Ramón, the Mao uses Dominican tobacco from “regenerated” vintage 1960’s seeds. In addition to that the blend also includes Nicaraguan and Colombian leaf. It’s a limited edition, only 1800 boxes in each three sizes were produced, with prices ranging from $16 to $18, plus applicable taxes for each coffined cigar. The Macanudo Mao started shipping after the show, so look for them in retailers now.

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