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Peter from “A Cigar Smoker’s Journal” has written a very positive review of the Perdomo Exhibición Sun Grown. Here are some highlights: “The band for this cigar is simply beautiful….” “The cold draw tastes of butter, hay, earthy, and a slight bitterness….” “Between draws I’m left with a creamy flavor on the palate mixed with [...]
A big thanks to Mark from Aussie Cigars who posted this review of the Perdomo Habano Maduro!
Jon at The Aspiring Gentleman has written a very complimentary review of the Perdomo Champagne Noir. He starts off by complimenting the appearance: “The cigar is wrapped in a dark, almost black, maduro leaf. The wrapper is so dark that I can barely see the small veins in the leaf. There’s an oily sheen that’s [...]
A great new review of the Perdomo Habano Gordo: The cigar is wonderful to look at, a light sheen lets it almost glow. This Nicaraguan puro is well constructed, firm in the hand with a great cedar-y smell in the pre-light. I paired it with an 11 year old Balblair Highland single malt that my [...]
Check out some of the latest Perdomo Cigars pics from customers around the world! It’s great to see so many people around the world enjoying their Perdomo Cigars! Here’s a few snippets we’ve seen from around the web lately!
I’ve really become a fan of pairing the ESV Sun Grown with a peaty single malt…. a Laphroaig or a Caol Ila or a Talisker. It really seems to compliment them quite well. Order yours today!
The nice folks at The Cigar Report have excellent things to say about the Perdomo Lot 23 Toro Maduro: I believe Nick Perdomo has outdone himself with the Lot 23. The tobacco in this stick is specially grown in Nicaragua on a field called Lot 23…thus the name. This field was cultivated in 2000 and [...]
Perdomo Cigar Lounge regular Corey Wilson (@coreywilson76) dropped by the lounge last week and we asked him to do a quick video review of the new Perdomo ESV 2002 Robusto Maduro.
Samuel Spurr from Inlumino Cigar News Australia has posted a new review of the Perdomo Exhibicion Toro Grande Sun Grown. “… a subtle, easy-going smoke best suited to mid-morning… The first third begins with light spice and creaminess…. The second third gives an extra hint of spice and black pepper, although a subtle burnt toast and light hay [...]
Another great review of the brand new Perdomo Reserve Limited Edition Cameroon, this time from “Zack The Stogie Man”. He writes: The flavors were very robust right off the start. There were a couple flavors that struck me right away. There was a subtle spice and a mild sweetness off the light. These flavors altered [...]
Brian Hewitt has posted a very positive review of the brand new Perdomo Reserve LImited Cameroon Edition Petit Corona on Stogie Review. This is what he has to say about the flavour: The first few puffs of the Cameroon Petit Corona provided an impressive rich and sweet combination of graham, tobacco and grass flavors. As [...]
Blake over at Stogie Fresh has posted a new review on a Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Belicoso that has been sitting his humidor for three years.
Samuel Spurr at Inlumino Cigar News Australia has posted a very positive review on the brand new Perdomo Exhibición Torpedo Maduro. Excerpts: The new Perdomo Exhibicion Torpedo, is a monster of a cigar. Call it what you will, a pyramid or torpedo (I believe the two terms are interchangeable, as opposed to the ‘belicoso’ vitola) [...]
Tom says “I’ve been a fan of the original Perdomo Champagne for years now.” And who wouldn’t be? There’s a good reason they are one of our best selling sticks. After an excellent detailed review, he concludes with: “This was a good medium to upper medium bodied cigar. It differs greatly from it’s Connecticut wrapped counterpart. [...]
Sam Spurr posted this positive review of the Perdomo Cuban Bullet today. His summary: “The Toro natural is a smooth, easy-going, medium-bodied cigar. I love the cross-hair imagery used on the band and box, and it reminds me of Hip Hop group Public Enemy’s logo. The cigar’s imagery provides perfect ammunition for a Cuban emigre [...]
Smoking Cigar Girl has uploaded this excellent review of the Lot 23 Churchill. Thanks, Smoking Cigar Girl! Try the Lot 23 cigar for yourself! Buy Lot 23 here.
I caught up with legendary comic book artist artist Ben Templesmith (who is reading this right now because his Google Alert picked it up…) for a cigar last night. Ben is the depraved artist behind the tormented visual delights of books such as 30 Days Of Night (which was turned into a hella scary film), [...]
In the latest edition of Cigar Aficionado, the Perdomo Lot 23 Punta Gorda gets a very respectable 89 rating. This is one of the new sizes in our Lot 23 range, nice thick ring gauge in a short “nub” length of 5 inches.
A great review from Cigar Coop. Here are some of the highlights: Flavor Profile The Connecticut Shade wrapper produced what I expected as I got hints of cream and butter to start. I also believe the Nicaraguan tobaccos had an influence right out of the gate as I got hints of pepper and earth out [...]
The Stogie Guys write: “When I first tried this blend several years ago, I found it to be somewhat lacking in flavor. My tastes have changed—or, depending on your perspective, either developed or declined. I say that because, these days, I find myself turning to the Lot 23 Robusto time and again when I need [...]
Thanks to My Cigar Reviews for this review of the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Robusto Criollo, one of our best selling sticks. He gives it an overall rating of 93 and says: Thoughts: The burn was on point and it was very flavorful for a lighter wrapper. This was a great smoke and enjoyable cigar [...]
We were very pleased to notice in the Feb 2011 edition of Cigar Aficionado (the one with Paul Giamatti on the cover) that the Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Gordito has been given a rating 89. You can check out the Lot 23 Gordito for yourself for only $24 a stick! Visit our Lot 23 page [...]
Thanks to Cigar Rants for this review of the newest budget cigar in the Perdomo line, the Cuban Bullet V2.0. A cold draw proved effortless and produces some creamy tobacco flavors. The foot took a light with no problems and the burn was even. The first few draws produced creamy smooth flavors underlined with some [...]