Perdomo Lot 23 Belicoso Reviews
Good cigar, but only in the second third. First and last were a little harsh. I'm going to let em sit in the humi a bit longer. Burned very slow and evenly, def worth the money though.
Outstanding Cigar. Refined and smooth with tons of character. Not overpowering yet brimming with cocoa, coffee, and nutty flavors....very impressed.
I was Pleasantly surprised by this affordable maduro. A good draw and burn with a smooth flavor and aftertaste. I am ordering more today.
Starts off a little mild but improves as it burns. Great taste! nice burn. My favorite is the CAO Brazilia but this is a close second.
I've tried the naturals and thought they were good, and decided to buy 2 boxes of the maduros. When I first got them, I immediately lit one and thought it was way too rich to my liking...but then my pallet changed over the course of time, and starting smoking these non-stop...and now I won't smoke anything else. The boxes are gorgeous, the whole presentation of the cigar is amazing. I busted a box out at a party, and all my friends were amazed. Not spicy or peppery, very rich and smooth, like a cloud of sweet velvet with a sense of caramel and coco. The draw is perfect, creamy from the start. The ash is white, but I noticed it has a light shade of yellow at the tip, and the smoke has a tint of yellow as well. nothing beats having a sweet October beer with one of these quality cigars. My favorite. For the cost, and for the quality. Try 1 today, not for beginners in my opinion, depends on taste.