Perdomo Habano CT Toro
Perdomo Habano CT Toro 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.
Received a 5pack last week and just finished the first one a few minutes ago. It was pretty good. The first quarter was a little harsh but the draw was excellent throughout the entire experience. There was also plenty of smoke from start to finish. I feel that with some time in the humi the other four will only get better. I would recommend these to a friend.
So it wasn't bad but I won't say it was great. It had a consistent flavor throughout but the draw was poor in my opinion. The draw was soft and there was no resistance.
This may not sound like much of a compliment, but we have all had a "bad" stick, even in a 5-pack. I havent had a bad Perdomo Habano, yet. I really like what Nick Perdomo is doing. Every cigar in this line is great. This particular stick I smoke when I want something lighter than my norm, which is medium-full bodied.