Free Shipping on Orders over $150.00
Free shipping on orders over $150
The craft series was made to pair with a certain beer. Perdomo Craft Series Stout is no exception. This full-bodied cigar charms your smoking both with flavors and all the complex flavor profiles.
This cigar is made by Perdomo cigar company in Nicaraguan state.
The appearance of this cigar is dark brown oily. It comes with a huge plastic wrapper. The build is solid with some sponginess in the cigar. But there is no gap in the filler of the binder. The veins are minimal. The seams are tight. The binder and the filler are Nicaraguan tobacco leaves.
This cigar comes in Gordo shape. The Gordo-shaped cigar is 6 inches by 60 ring gauge.
The wrapper of this cigar is Nicaraguan Maduro leaf which gives it the color and flavor complexity.Taste
The flavors to get from this cigar are coffee, earth, peppers, leather, and dark chocolate.
The first few draws will feel like a combination of sweet and spice. The retro hail is super spicy. There is a little hint of coffee and earth flavors. The earth flavor is there, but it is so mild that it can be neglected. The range at this point is medium.
Here, the sweet flavors dominate most. There is a nice transaction in every draw. The coffee and chocolate flavor feels nice. There is a nice earth and leather flavor from the wrapper. Then, there is a strong pepper finish that lasts long on the tongue. The range at this portion of the cigar is medium to full body.
Here, the tones of the flavor heat up. The cocoa flavor is quite spicy. There is a lot of things going on with the flavors, and it is hard to keep track. Some draws will feel nice coffee and sweet flavor, some draws will feel spicy and earth, leather flavor. The range of the tones at this point is full body.
The burn of this cigar is impressive. The burn line is straight. Draw of this cigar is perfect. The ash is nice silky. But it does not hold that much. It comes off on its own after like an inch of smoking.
This cigar has a great flavor profile. The transition is great. There is a lot of flavor going on, so keeping track will be hard. But it feels nice in the mouth. Perdomo made it to pair with beer, but it can be enjoyed without the beer pretty well.