The farms in Esteli where the tobacco for these particular Perdomo Fresco sticks are produced include some of the industries most desirable soil. This particular fine smoke is built in both a Connecticut shaded and also a Nicaraguan Maduro wrapper, for ones smoking enjoyment.
While relatively new to this sport, I ve been quite happy with the Fresco Torpedo Maduro. It s priced well, and delivers a pleasant, relaxing smoke. The price point is easy on my budget too. I was a Fuente snob until i found these. They rock
this cigar is great it burns well draws well and taste great I've never had a bad one worth the money
This is by far the best value on Famous Smoke. If you enjoy medium to full flavor but are on a budget, this is the everyday smoke for you. My favorites over the years have been the Punch Oscuro Rothschild, Alec Bradley Maxx, Tempus and Garcia My Father cigars. I was looking for a good everyday smoke at a cheaper price. Perdomo Fresco Torpedos in maduro beat all the other budget cigars I have tried such as the Carlos Torano Signature, the Gran Habanos, Infernos, Alec Bradley Overture, Rocky Patel Cubans and Perdomos own Alabaos. It is only one step below Perdomo's Lot 23, which it is very similar to, only a little looser filled and a little less leather and spice. Excellent draw, construction and burn with a spicy flavor. In short if you like a Lot 23 Natural it is comparable in strength and flavor to a Fresco Maduro Torpedo and you get 25!