Name – Macanudo Inspirado White
Size – Toro
Wrapper – Ecuadorian Connecticut
Tobacco Blend – Indonesia, Nicaragua, Mexico
Pricing – $5.55
Body – Medium
The band is white and silver with black font.
The cigar has a walnut tan velvety wrapper. It has a few veins, barely any seams and a double cap.
Aroma – Hay and Barnyard
Type of Cut – V-Cut
Cold Draw – Very sweet cedar. Caught me off guard.
First third – A great amount of flavor out of the gate. Some initial notes of earth followed by semi creamy vanilla spice that sits on your palate before turning into a slight pepper. The interesting part is the finish. A citrusy cedar is what sticks on your tongue until the next puff. Solid medium body. Burn is pristine. Ash is light gray and fell at the inch mark.
Second Third – Flavors turn earthy with a light anise and mineral notes. Burn remained perfect.
Final Third – Flavors remain earthy with spice and vanilla. Burn was perfect.
This was the best of the three cigars in the Macanudo Inspirado line. True medium bodied experience with some nice flavors throughout the smoke. A great stick for everyone who enjoys a good hour and half smoke.
Scotch – Johnny Walker Black
About Macanudo – http://www.macanudo.com
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