I decided to stop in one of my local cigar stores today and while browsing their selection, I saw the sign below on the Perdomo Cigars.Â I do not recall ever smoking a Perdomo before, so I decided to try one based solely on the sign.
Their selection of Perdomos was quite large, they had several lines to choose from and several sizes within each line.Â I chose this was because it was a 10th Anniversary Edition, so I was hoping for something a little “extra” in the smoke.
The cigar started off VERY spicy, with a peppery taste that might be overpowering for some.Â I like pepper and spice in my foods, and sometimes in my cigars too, but this one seemed a bit much.Â As I expected, however; it mellowed some after the first couple of minutes of being lit.Â The cigar burned evenly and had a very white ash, the sign of quality tobacco.Â The spice flavor remained through the entire smoke, but later I tasted hints of what I thought to be cinnamon.Â I couldn’t pickup anymore tastes than this.Â One aspect I did enjoy was the amount of smoke, it had a very smooth draw which produced plenty of smoke for me.Â I’m interested in trying a few more lines of the Perdomos soon, so keep checking back!
Wrapper: Triple fermented Connecticut
Filler: Cuban-seed Nicaraguan blend
Size: Price: ~$6
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