Nick Perdomo has been creating some of the most consistent and affordable Nicaraguan cigars on the market for quite a number of years now. The new and highly anticipated Perdomo Exhibicion Connecticut is one of his latest releases, launched at the 2011 IPCPR Trade Show in Las Vegas.
Nick’s ability to blend outstandingly smooth and robust cigars, from the mild lines to his more full-bodied offerings, demonstrate his own signature style of producing fine cigars that are very satisfying to an array of cigar palates.
The Perdomo Exhibicion Connecticut is a mild to medium-bodied smoke that produces smooth creamy flavors. Made with rich Nicaraguan tobaccos that are carefully aged and blended to perfection. There are three styles of filler tobaccos used to produce such a complex cigar: 4 year old seco from Condega is blended with five year old viso leaves from Jalapa and a 6 year old ligero from Esteli. These aged fillers are held together by an aged Nicaraguan binder and finished with 6 year old or more Connecticut shade wrapper that is then sorted to guarantee only the very best makes it through. The cigars go through an additional bourbon barrel aging process for 6 months.
The cigars are then packaged in boxes of 20 cigars and are available in the following sizes; Robusto (5 x 54), Toro (6 x 54), Churchill (7 x 54), and Torpedo (7 x 54).
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