Thankfully, with the help of the Catholic church, Nick Perdomo Sr. managed to get asylum in the United States. But that was all the Catholic church did for him; they didn’t find him a job, they didn’t provide him with an income, and they didn’t provide him with a place to stay. From being a penniless refugee, Nick Perdomo Sr. built up a business that sells fine cigars and does so at a decent price.
So how is the Perdomo Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sungrown Gordo as far as a cigar goes? It’s a medium-full bodied cigar that has plenty of flavor for anyone, especially those who tend to enjoy bourbon-aged cigars. The cigar is made of tobacco gathered from Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa in Nicaragua. The wrapper for the cigar is sun-grown in Nicaragua, and then aged for an additional ten months in a bourbon barrel.
The cigar is delicious, giving off nice bluish plumes of smoke when lit, and with a bit of oil to it. It has notes of leather and earth, with just a hint of spice, and is a great bourbon barrel-aged cigar for anyone to enjoy.