Macanudo Certified Vintage
1993 No. 2 · 6.56 × 43 MV932
Every vintage Macanudo wrapper crop has its own special flavor nuances. The 1993 leaf is silky smooth, golden brown and imparts a nutty flavor to the blend. The classic Lonsdale size of the Macanudo Certified Vintage 1993 No. 2 is thin enough to enhance all of this blends warm complex flavors.
Macanudo Certified Vintage cigars are sold in Bundles of 10.
Bundle of 10
Dominican Republic / Jamaica / Mexico
Mild - Medium
Light Brown / Natural
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Richburris66 on 07/04/15
First of all let me say that I feel Macanudo cigars are by far the most high quality overall available. This one is no different. Like most Macanudos this one is a mild to medium cigar that provides a great amount of flavor during the draw and after. I would suggest this to anyone!
Big_Popz on 07/17/15
I find that this cigar has a good even draw and burns well without any touches. Construction is very good with only a minor ding on wrapper end close. The flavor is exactly the same from stick to stick. Some say it lacks complexity but it's a mild and simple smoke. I wish I had bought more on the JR Cigars wild Price drop. Crazy deal!
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Smooth as Silk
lazyallday on 07/14/15
These ninety-threes went on sale for under $5 each, so I picked up a 10-pack. The moment opened the box, I was bombarded with a sweet, heavenly aroma. I couldn't wait to try one, and when I did... I was not disappointed. These cigars are full of that distinct smooth, mild Macanudo flavor. If you're looking for a heavy, bold, spicy kick in the mouth - then these probably aren't for you. However, if you appreciate a nice, light, mild, smooth, relaxing, classic cigar... you can't go wrong with these. The mildness makes them great hand-outs for friends and golf-buddies who aren't regular cigar smokers, and the 1993 vintage makes them a conversation piece. I wont bother to mention the fact that they were dirt cheap.
Slow burn on 07/08/15
First of all, it was awesome to smoke a cigar that is as old as I am. That aside, this was one great cigar. Spicy undertones supported a storing palette of flavor. Great construction, well rolled, and smoked great down to a nub.
Don on 07/20/15
This was a good smoke. It had a nice flavor, a woody taste but of pepper. It seeened to burn much quicker than I thought it would. It also didn't appear to be packed with as much tobacco as it could have. This was an expensive smoke at 12 dollars
M.Johnson on 07/20/15
What makes a classic. Macanudo Check. Vintage 93 wrapper Check. A flavor profile out of this world double check. Being a vintage cigar it had that aged tobacco smell of a barnyard and the smoke comes out oaky and leathery and it's always welcome in my humidor