Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Connecticut is made with great care. The fillers and binders are from different Nicaragua states, aged 9 months in Spanish cedar bins. This enhances the flavors with some complex notes.
This is produced by the mighty cigar company Perdomo in Nicaragua.
The cigar is light tan in color. The cigar is quite dense and weighty. The build is solid. The seams of this cigar are tight, and the veins are minimal. It has Cuban seed Nicaraguan tobacco as its binder and filler.
It comes in different shapes. The Epicure-shaped cigar is 6 inches by 60 ring size.
The cigar is wrapped with an Ecuadorian Habano Connecticut wrapper. This gives the tan color to the cigar.
The tastes to get from this cigar are coffee, earth, sugar, spice, nutmeg, sweet hay, and nuts.
The first note that hit the tongue is sweet grapefruit. The pepper is nice and soft. There are also some sweet nutmeg flavors. Moreover, there is a vanilla flavor building up. The range at this point is mild to medium.
The sweetness pleases the mouth in this portion. There is a sugary sweetness to it. The nutty flavor is rich. You can say there is sweet earth and hay flavor. Moreover, the vanilla is noticeable. The spice stays soft. The range at this portion is mild to medium.
The new flavor that is introduced in this portion is coffee. The rich citrus and vanilla still hold a good part of the cigar. The earth and hay flavor are not that noticeable at this point. Consistent spice flavor blends well with the other flavors. The range at this point is medium.
The cigar burns extremely well. The burn line stays even, which is uncommon and hard to have in a60 gauge cigar. The smoke is thick. The draw of this cigar is perfect. The ash is soft and does not hold that much with the cigar.
This cigar is sweet tones and perfectly balanced. The cigar is blended with a cool sour drink. The sweet transition of flavors feels nice. It is both suitable for beginners and morning smokes.