The Griffin's Perfecto cigars are meticulously handcrafted in the Davidoff factory with three unique, long-aged Cuban-seed tobaccos, and mild, perfectly-cured U.S. Connecticut shade wrappers. The smoke is rich and smooth with a mellow cedar finish. Incredibly consistent. A sterling smoke.
I've been trying a number of perfectos lately because I've decided I like the look of this cigar and I like the way it burns, and feels in the hand. It's shape, well balanced, the smoke, soothing from end to end. This perfecto hits a balance with me that lets me do all the things I want with a cigar. Ok, don't go there...But honestly, this is one of few cigars I can say the draw was effortless, each puff and exhale delivered a sweet cloud of varied bouquet. The room filled with a delicious aroma, and seldom did the smoke scorch my eye and parch my throat. Some call this a mild cigar, but I'm not a smoker. I have a delicate palate, and these cigars deliver a flavor that you can taste like a meal. I let the smoke collect around me, I take in the fine Tabak. It's an enjoyable smoke and my new best friend.
Ever go into a Pro Shop & try out all the new putters -- looking for the magic wand? .... Well, that's how I am with cigars, I keep trying new one's looking for some that will stick. This one just didn't do it for me ... dull taste and a very bitter finish .... I should just stick with my old trusty putter "Padron"!!
Very consistent tasting smoke like all the griffin's I've tried. My only negative comment is that, like the rocky patel cuban blend belicoso, one or two out of the box have a hard draw and inconsistent burn.