Perdomo Habano Barrel Aged Presidente 5 Pack cigars are pure pleasure. Nick Perdomo Jr. created this special, full-bodied blend using Cuban-seed tobaccos grown in the Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa regions of Nicaragua. 'The beautiful Cuban-seed Corojo and triple-fermented Nicaraguan Maduro wrappers complement their unique filler blend by adding rich, bold flavors with a smooth, satisfying finish', says Nick. And tasting is believing. Whichever size and wrapper you prefer, one thing is certain: these cigars will blow your mind!
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.0 0
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.0 0
I do alot of driving, these babies are great for the long drive.0 0
For those of us who don't have the hook-up on 1956 Pre-Castro Bolivars or Monte#2's it doesnt get any better than this jewel in a Maduro. It has a wonder rich full flavor that mingles with good friends and great drink. Easily in the top three with the SLR serieG Maduro and the Kristoff Ligero Maduro. Thank you nick for a Great stick.0 0