|Habano Bourbon Barrel Aged||Score|
|Sizes include: Robusto, Toro, Gordo, Torpedo and Churchill.
Review: Perdomo Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged is dressed in a maduro wrapper that was aged at least 6 years before it was aged for an additional 14 months in bourbon barrels. Completing the blend are aged premium long-fillers from Condega, Jalapa, and Esteli Nicaragua. This cigar boasts a medium to full-bodied profile with hints of cocoa and coffee with flavors from the bourbon barrel settling in behind the scenes.
|Sizes include: Figurado (Perfecto), Robusto, Corona Extra (Corona), Magnum 50 Tubo (Toro), Super Toro (Gordo), Churchill and Torpedo.
Review: Champagne cigar is so special...it delivers the rich layers of complex flavors but offers a subtle, mellow-bodied profile. Comprised of a fine, Cuban-seed Nicaraguan blend of extensively aged tobaccos, the Champagne is hugged by a stunning, triple-fermented Connecticut shade wrapper. The cigar is superior on all fronts, pumping out various nuances including rich tobacco flavors, hints of coffee, creamy undertones, and a subtle sweetness, almost like honey.
|Sizes include: Robusto, Epicure (Toro), Gordo, Torpedo and Churchill.
Review: Each cigar employs bold, Cuban-seed long-fillers grown throughout Nicaragua's black, volcanic soils. Top-priming tobaccos from Esteli, Jalapa, and Condega....patiently aged and skillfully blended to perfection. But then there is the wrapper. Where the fun really happens. Nicaraguan Broadleaf maduro wrappers from the highest priming, extra-fermented, cedar-aged, then barrel-aged in old bourbon barrels for 14+ months prior to being applied. A gentle box-press is the finishing touch to this impressive Nicaraguan puro. A tremendous effort delivering a gracefully bold and complex bouquet with each cigar. Rich, toasty notes of cocoa, coffee, and leather coat the palate as subtle hints of sweet pepper and earth complete each puff. The strength gradually builds during the slow burn, completing a satisfying and incredibly well-made premium from the Perdomo family.