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This is one of the best cigars I have ever had. Great flavor, admirable construction, with no problem at all and it was perfect out of the box. Just a good to hold masterpiece. Try it with Laphroaig Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky.
Zolt in Willowick, Ohio May 16, 2009
"Really Really Bad"
This has to be the nastiest cigar on the market. Taste is horible & the after taste is even worse. Tried to smoke one & threw it out after about 1/3, tried another a week or so later & just was as bad as first. Tossed the 18 remaining in the trash...my humidor is still rejoicing.
LeeCreek in Fort Smith, Ar April 18, 2009
"Does not get any worse than this!!!!"
This has to be the worse cigar in the Perdomo line. Should have tried one from the 5pk I bought before buying a box of 20 at auction for $63. I wanted to let them age a little but thought I was getting a great deal at auction. They look great but very bitter with a terrible after taste...stay away from this one no matter how cheap you can buy them for.
TommyS in Fort Smith, Ar April 15, 2009
The great taste you would expect from a Perdomo, but the draw was a little off. I couldn't seem to get it to burn evenly. I'll leave them in the humidor for a month or three and see if that will improve.
Josh in Arkansas March 15, 2008
"Very Good to Excellent"
This is a good example of Perdomo's Nicaraguan cigars and well worth trying. I enjoy his "Tradicion" series, especially the Sungrown version, and if you like them this is a nice variation. Construction, appearance and aroma are excellent. The taste was slightly sweet, with some hints of leather or cedar. The burn isn't perfect, but usually corrects itself easily. This huge Churchill lasts me almost two hours and leaves a very pleasant sense of satisfaction. This is what a cigar should be. Nothing fancy, no odd flavors or exotic claims, just a big, relaxing, good-tasting cigar. I can't rate these as "best ever" but they are very good. Worth a try.
Phil in Oregon November 20, 2007