| || |
Tabacalera Perdomo still makes cigars the Cuban way. Modern technology and the deeply rooted traditions of Cuban cigar making converge at their factory in Nicaragua. They employ a cryogenic system to freeze tobacco at sub-freezing temperature to eliminate the possibility of tobacco infestation. Cavernous aging chambers lined with Spanish cedar store raw tobacco and freshly rolled cigars for up to three years before being released. These chambers are monitored round-the-clock by a computerized system that ensures the desired temperature and humidity levels never deviate from Perdomo's strict guidelines. A centralized draw testing station assures each and every cigar that leaves the factory draws effortlessly.
The new Perdomo Fresco blend is comprised of savory long filler tobaccos grown in the rich, dark soil of the Perdomo farm in Esteli. The binders are carefully selected from Perdomo's crops grown in the Jalapa Valley region. Graced with a golden Connecticut shade-grown wrapper, Perdomo Fresco is a mild to medium-bodied cigar that is creamy, smooth and well-balanced.
"Nice even burn, easy draw and mild flavor. A good cigar for the price."
"Even draw and good pace. A lot of cigar for the money."
"Drew fine and burned well. Nice smoke and nice cigar."