Perdomo Habano Connecticut Robusto
5 x 52 - Natural - Box of 20
Special Offer $97.95 $135.00 On Sale
Perdomo Habano Connecticut Robusto cigars are blended using Cuban-seed tobaccos from three different regions, creating unique cigars that include the complexity of Esteli tobaccos, the aroma of Condega tobaccos, and the natural sweetness of Jalapa Valley tobaccos. They're wrapped in beautifully aged Connecticut Shade, adding smooth, creamy flavors that showcase the fillers' rich character. Distinguished by their large ring gauges, these are full-bodied, full-flavored cigars in the Cuban tradition.
Much better after having spent 2 weeks in the humidor. Nice and smooth, and slow burning. Finishes sweet. Not too complex, but a very enjoyable, solid natural cigar.
I bought these on the monster for $15 for 5, and decided to pull the trigger on 2 packs. WOW am I glad I did. I loved this smoke, simple, clean, and crisp. The flavors were great, with a mild body that could easily be paired with a drink. I enjoyed a few of them with Moscato while sitting with the Mrs. and it even tasted great. Definitely worth a try, and I now want to see how the Maduros perform!
Very impressive ash. I finally had to knock it off at the half way mark so that I could carefully remove the wrapper, which is too big, by the way. It's an extremely nice looking cigar and I experienced none of the construction issues mentioned here. Over the past year I have really become a big fan of Perdomo cigars. Construction and quality are consistent among every brand I try and the Habano is no exception. I've never had to touch up a Perdomo and never had a bad burn. This one burned almost 90 minutes. It's very smooth and I would call it a medium body. Lots of creamy smoke too. Having said all that, the Habano flavor and aroma are not among my favorites, but if it was, this would a cigar I would want all the time. After dozens of Perdomo smokes, I have yet to be even slightly dissapointed. The draw is perfect every time, which for me is one of the most important aspects of a good cigar. I congratulate the Perdomo family on creating such a fine line of cigars and making them available at reasonable prices so that they may be enjoyed again and again.