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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.
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) [...]
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 [...]
A big thanks to Chris at Nice Tight Ash for this review of the Perdomo Reserve. Final Thoughts After smoking a few more of the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne I can see why they are such a popular stick among the folks that frequent the small shop I work in. This cigar is mild, [...]
A “not too shabby” video review of Jason’s favourite – the Perdomo Habano Robusto – by Daniel from SmokenSpirits.com.
Straight Up Cigars has done a review on the Perdomo Reserve Champagne 10th Anniversary: This is one fine looking smoke! The wrapper is excellent as well as the construction. The wrapper had a very distinct buttery cream smell. Once lit it burned evenly even though it was smoked in a vehicle. The flavors are what make [...]
Smokey Dan from The Smoking Den reviews the Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne Churchill.
Time for another Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Maduro review, this one from a lady!
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 [...]
CigarRants has done a thorough review of one of my favourite cigars, the Perdomo Lot 23. Their summary: This is a solid cigar at an appropriate price. It is well made, flavorful, and a good smoke. It is smooth, well blended, and a great deal for the price. Thanks for the review, guys!
Another Cigar Review of the Perdomo Patriarch Corojo – this time by dmj over on Tiki Bar Online. His conclusion: In all, this was a very fine cigar that did not disappoint in being full of flavor and fairly complex. The edginess of the beginning mellowed to a nice smoothness as it went on, accompanied [...]
Sydneysider Rob James was recently introduced to Perdomo Cigars and he’s written an in-depth review of his experiences! I love his final paragraph: I have now given a number of Perdomos to cigar smoking friends, and It brings a smile to my face when I see their genuine surprise and appreciation of what they consider [...]
Samuel Spurr from Inlumino has just written this terrific review of the Perdomo Grand Cru! The Grand Cru’s band states that the tobacco used is from the crop of 2004 – some serious ageing right there! Its smell at cold reminds me of my grandfathers loose ‘Drum’ brand tobacco used for his roll our own [...]
Another 10th Anniversary review, this one for the Maduro and posted by casasfumando.com. Final Thoughts: I’ve enjoyed a fair share of this wonderful cigar and I think this particular vitola doesn’t do the blend justice. The robusto I had of the same blend was much more enjoyable and had no burn issues at all. The [...]
A big thanks to Fire Up That Cigar for their review of the Perdomo Habano Maduro! Perdomo has a winner on their hands with its Habano line. A fair price for an awesome cigar; what more can you ask for? This cigar is a staple in my humidor and is one of my favorite Madurowrapped cigars. The band is a [...]
We’d like to thank The Cigar Nut for this awesome review of the Perdomo 2 Limited Edition! Since I was corrected from the start, this is not a Perdomo 2 but rather the ‘Perdomo Squared’, perhaps due to the box pressing of the cigars or just a catchy addition to a famous and longstanding name. [...]
Luxist, a web site dedicated to covering the best the world has to offer on a variety of luxury and fine living topics, ran a story today called “Seven His and Hers Recommendations for Valentine’s Day: A Box of Chocolates and a Box of Cigars” <img src="http://wpmu.thepodcastnetwork.com/perdomo/files/2010/02/7CACB94D-1A4C-4AA3-BFE2-A07C745883D3.jpg" alt="7CACB94D-1A4C-4AA3-BFE2-A07C745883D3.jpg" border="0" width="448" height="314" align="right" /where, under the [...]
I was pleased today to note that Gregory Mottola from Cigar Aficionado has selected two Perdomo cigars – the Perdomo2 Limited Edition Maduro Epicure and the Perdomo2 Limited Edition Torpedo – in his list of Best Bargain Cigars of 2009. Thanks Gregory!
Another happy Perdomo customer, Luke Meyers from Saratoga Springs, NY., has written an excellent review of the Perdomo Reserve Anniversary Champagne: The finish of this Perdomo has me in a pleasant stupor – maybe it’s the great music they’re playing in the bar (M. Ward anyone?) or all the bourbon in that Old Fashioned, but [...]
His summary: The base flavors of this cigar are coffee and leather that match the aroma. On top of that, I detected a herbal flavor similar to a green tea, a grassy flavor, a sweet buttery flavor, and black pepper. There was also a nice saltiness to the finish at times. The flavor profile was [...]
Our thanks to Bryan Glynn from Cigar Obsession for this detailed review!