Perdomo

Perdomo 30th Anniversary Connecticut Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 30th Anniversary Connecticut Robusto

The Perdomo 30th Anniversary Connecticut Robusto had a nice flavor profile through the first two thirds with good balance and flavor delivery. The final third dropped a level as some wood bitterness joined in and the black pepper became very light. This is a pretty nice Connecticut shade offering and definitely a step up from the Maduro for me. The price point is attractive and I'd be interested in trying some of the other vitolas.

Perdomo 30th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 30th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

The Perdomo 30th Anniversary Maduro Robusto delivered a consistent flavor experience and built up from medium strength to reach full strength by the halfway point. I enjoyed the profile, and was a bit surprised by the strength as someone who is used to smoking fuller strength and full bodied cigars. Given the anniversary nature of the cigar, the price point is very affordable.

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto

The Perdomo 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto overall was a pretty reliable offering in the Maduro space. Based on the review experience, if I was looking for a good Maduro offering I would be inclined to smoke the 10th Anniversary Maduro Robusto again.

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Sun Grown Robusto

Team Cigar Review: Perdomo 10th Anniversary Sun Grown Robusto

The Perdomo 10th Anniversary Sun Grown Robusto was an overall enjoyable smoking experience. Barrel aging tobacco is something that a number of companies have attempted, but few have delivered on the right balance. For me, the Perdomo gets the balance just right. I would smoke these again if I had the opportunity.