BCP Cigar Reviews: Perdomo Craft Series – Stout (video)
In this video, Brian reviews the Perdomo Craft Series Stout Cigar.
Find the Stout and all the other entries in the Perdomo Craft Series here: https://www.bestcigarprices.com/perdomo-special-craft-series-cigars/
Hi, this is Brian at Best Cigar Prices, and today I’m reviewing the Perdomo Craft Series Stout. The Stout is a full-bodied Nicaraguan puro meant to be paired with stouts, porters, brown ales, and dunkels.
The blend consists of a Maduro wrapper from the Jalapa Valley, a binder from Condega, and fillers from EstelÌ.
Before lighting, I checked the cold draw and detected notes of peach and earth. This made me think that it would pair well with a fruitier, imperial style stout. When I got into the cigar, I found flavors of cherries, wood, vegetal, earth, and hocolate. The primary flavors in the cigar wound up being wood and cherries with a creamy cocoa powder finish.
In my opinion, this leaves the door wide enough for pairing ideas. My pairing recommendations for the cigar are Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, Old Rasputin Imperial Stout, Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, and Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse Dunkel.
The Perdomo Stout is a full-bodied, full-flavor cigar that can contend with the heaviest of stouts and porters, and I recommend it to any Maduro lover.