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Mark McGinty, who writes “The Boogle” blog, has recently reviewed the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro.
The Perdomo 10th Anniversary is made with attractive Cuban-seed Nicaraguan Maduro wrappers and had one of the smoothest finishes I’ve tasted in a maduro. The cigar is beautiful, with a dark, even wrapper and an even roll. A bit on the side of heavy, but that’s the way I like it: with lots of smoke. I thought the cigar might burn a little too fast but the burn was even, with a slight crease at first that quickly evened out. This was fine tobacco, on the sweet side, with some mocha thrown in for good measure, and very, very smooth. Although this was a maduro, it didn’t taste or feel like a maduro, not until I was about halfway in and realized how strong the P- 10th A was. As I reached the end of the cigar I was pleased when the flavor barely changed and the cigar retained its shape and burn.
Read the full review here. Thanks Mark!
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