The limited edition Macanudo Inspirado Palladium uses the “tercio” process for aging its tobaccos. This process is an old Cuban method that is rarely used today because of the amount of time and labor involved. The tobacco leaves are wrapped around palm bark, instead of burlap, where the bark envelopes the tobaccos tightly to trap the moisture and helps to hold in its true taste characteristics. By doing this, the cigar has a very intense and unique flavor profile. The Macanudo Inspirado Palladium features an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper, a Habano Connecticut binder, and a blend of Mexican/Nicaraguan/Dominican fillers. This truly unique cigars is handmade in Honduras and is limited to 3,000 boxes of 10ct. If you’re looking to try a new cigar that you’ve never experienced before, then consider trying the Inspirado Palladium from Macanudo.
Binder: Habano Connecticut
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade