Perdomo Patriarch Robusto Corojo is made in honor of Nicholas Perdomo Sr., father, mentor, and hero of Nick Perdomo, Jr. Traditionally hand made in his father's favorite blends, these cigars are made with exquisite core tobaccos from Nicaragua's fertile Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa valleys, rolled in Corojo, Ecuadorian Conn. and triple-fermented Maduro. The smoke yields an impressive, robust taste with rich, complex flavors and a smooth, elegant finish. These exquisite cigars are proudly offered in traditional Cuban sizes.
Ordered a box for my 25 box humidor 2 years ago. Smoked last one a few days ago and ordering another box. Fantastic cigar offering great flavor with an exceptional draw.01
Snagged a box of these on Cigar Auctioneer about a week ago. Upon opening the box I was very pleased with the construction and aroma of these cigars. They are firm to the touch but have a wonderfully light draw that produces lots of smoke. These cigars burned evenly to the end with an almost solid white ash with hints of wood and spice and slightly peppery on the tongue. There was also a creamyness to the cigar which I believe will improve as the cigars age in my humidor. Overall, a great smoke!00
SMOKED THE FIRST ONE AND I WONDER WHY I BOUGHT THEM. GOOD THING IT WAS ONLY FIVE. VERY DRY ALMOST BITTER TASTE EVEN AFTER THREE WEEKS IN ONE OF MY HUMIDORS AT 70/72.00
One of my favorites now. Had no idea what to expect. Took a chance and got a box for on Cigar Auctioneer!!! Griffin Robustos have been my favorite and this cigar is a different experience but has the same level of quality--flawless smoke from start to finish. Mild-Med. For me, first 1/3 was creamy, fragrant but not sweet, like bitter dark chocolate. Smoke got a bit drier in 2/3 but still nice tobacco flavor. Last, 1/3 was driest and not like dark chocolate at all but had a nice toasty taste. Like Griffins, the smoke coming off the stick is near aromatic, but not in an overbearing way...subtle and luxurious. After exhaling, it's pleasant to catch a just a little of the smoke back into your nose. Smoke this in a room with still air to fully appreciate. I guess I like mild cigars with subtle complexities because I tried a Graycliff Expresso earlier (got it in a sampler)and I wanted to puke after the first 1/3--nothing enjoyable about that!?? Well, to each his own. BTW, I really like the My Father cigars too (tried the sampler of 6, all of them great sticks, but pricey). This Perdomo Patriarch is the best smoke I've had for the money so far...even if I didn't get it for the steal of a deal it is still worth it. I'm so stoked about getting these cigars! :)00