Macanudo is not a name that the average cigar smoker has never heard. Indeed, it is likely to be a name that you either know or are going to know if you are getting into the world of premium cigars. They’re known because not only are they the best brand that is owned by General Cigar Company, but because they are the best-selling cigar in the world, and one of the most approachable cigars and the most easily found.
Their Inspirado line is a lovely line, one that is split up into colors. For example, there is Inspirado White, Black, and Orange, and it is of the Orange that we are to talk today. They’re a great cigar, a slightly more premium line than the average cigar that is made by Macanudo. They begin with Nicaraguan and Honduran tobacco for the filler, and around this they lovingly wrap a wrapper from Olancha San Agustin, a wrapper that is a little dark, but not so far as to be a Maduro wrapper. This creates a cigar that is medium-full in its flavor and its body, with deep and earthy tones and a hint of spice, a cigar that you can enjoy if you’re a novice in the cigar world or if you’ve been smoking for years.