Nick Perdomo of Perdomo Cigars talks about the unique Habano line from Perdomo Cigars.
Hi, Nick Perdomo from Perdomo Cigars. Today, I’d like to talk to you about a very special cigar, the Perdomo Habano line.
The Perdomo Habano Line was a very unique cigar when it came out eight years ago when our consumer base, not only here in the United States, but worldwide, had asked us for bigger type cigars. This line starts off at a 54 ring gauge and goes all the way from 56, all the way up to 60 ring gauge.
The ever increasingly popular Perdomo Habano line is very unique because all the wrappers are barrel aged which is an old Cuban tradition, a very expensive way to cure and ferment the wrappers, but I think it’s very important because it imparts a very special flavor.
These particular cigars also come, like I said earlier, in three different wrappers. We have a silky Connecticut shade wrapper that comes from the Connecticut Valley. We have a sun-grown Corojo wrapper which is original Cuban seed which imparts a nice sweet, almost spicy finish. It also comes in a Cuban seed Maduro wrap that has been aged in barrels from 12 months to 36 months after fermentation.
These tobaccos impart three different types of flavors due to the wrapper composition. The Connecticut shade wrapper will impart more of a creamy type flavor together that works excellent with the Cuban seed fillers and binders which produce a nice medium to full body flavor.
The Cuban seed wrapper will also impart that spicy flavor which will be a little bit different maybe later on in the day and also works fantastic with its Nicaraguan fillers and binders.
And the Maduro wrapper tops off the spiciness and more of a sweet flavor which is why we call it Maduro. Our Maduro wrappers are aged in time with only using natural water. They use no artificial processes so you taste that sweet flavor instead of a brash flavor which a lot of people would think it would come in a Maduro wrapper.
We’re proud that it’s here at Best Cigar Prices. I’m sure and trust you’ll enjoy Habano line. Thank you.