The makers of Macanudo make the effort to grow their own Connecticut Shade wrappers in order to ensure they only use the most consistent and aromatic tobacco leaf for their cigars. The long fillers used in the Macanudo Café are aged twice, an old Cuban tradition, in order to produce only the smoothest and mild smoking experience.
The filler is a blend of select Piloto Cubano Dominican and Mexican tobaccos, and the binder is a Mexican San Andrean leaf, grown exclusively for Macanudo. Always well-constructed with no soft spots, smokers can count on a mild and extremely relaxing smoke. With sixteen vitolas from which to choose, and quality control that is spot on, it's no wonder that Macanudo Café is America's best selling cigar.
Macanudo cigars are produced in Santiago, Dominican Republic using a Mild Dominican blend of filler, a select binder from the Tuxtla Valley of Mexico, and a premium Connecticut shade wrapper. The result is a consistent cigar that always delivers a distinctively smooth, mellow taste.