Perdomo cigars are flavorful and yet affordable, an interesting combination that you do not usually find in the cigar world. The family that gave birth to Perdomo cigars have been involved in cigar making for almost a century, having worked at various facilities in Cuba. A family of anti-communists, when they revolt happened they were not the most popular of people, and Nick Perdomo, Sr. even found himself being shot by the communists because they thought he was friends with Batista. Luckily, with the help of the Catholic church, he escaped Cuba and found himself in the United States, although he found himself there without a penny to his name and with no place to sleep.
From those humble beginnings, Nick Perdomo, Sr. would ply his trade to the point where he would be making his own cigars which you can find in shops around the country, around the world, and of course, which you can find in almost any online cigar shop.
So how does the Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sungrown Robusto smoke? Quite well. You take a sun grown wrapper, then you age it in a bourbon barrel for ten additional months. You use this to wrap up tobaccos from Esteli, Jalapa, and Condega in Nicaragua, and you have a fantastic cigar.
The cigar is medium-full bodied and it has hints of spice, earth, and leather that will tantalize the tongue while you smoke it. Truly a cigar that can be enjoyed by most who are looking to smoke, and definitely a worthwhile offering from the fine folks at Perdomo.