I ve known about Nick Perdomo and Tabacalera Perdomo for a few years, and, I ve always had the utmost respect for Nick s work ethic, high quality standards and entrepreneurship, but, I d never smoked any of his cigars. This was the first Perdomo I ever smoked, and, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I let this one age in a cedar-lined tupperdor for about six months before smoking. This Rothschild is the perfect size for an after-dinner smoke; it lasts about 45 minutes to one hour. I used a v-cutter to make a cross cut and the draw was perfect. Flavors are dark chocolate, pleasant tobacco and cedar. This cigar is full of flavor, but, it s also smooth and mellow, at the same time. You can taste the effect of the aged tobacco in the blend. This is a wonderful Nicaraguan puro -- I highly recommend it.
Perdomo does no wrong, well as far as cigar making goes. This is a full flavored cigar that was soo tasty. I got flavors of coffee and a little bit of chocolate on top of the amazing mix of tobacco and leather flavors. gotta try smoke!
Other than a funky burn that required touch ups - all is well with this full bodied maduro. Full on complex flavor and creamy spicy smoke
Every type or Perdomo that I try gets better than the previous. These do not disappoint. To date draw and burn of every Perdomo has been perfection. The aroma and clouds of the smoke is intoxicating. I ve been at this cigar thing nightly for over a year trying a different stogie every night on weekends I do multiples . Perdomos have quickly risen to the top of my list based upon flavor, construction, and consistency.