The Perdomo Fresco cigar 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. In either golden Connecticut, hearty Sun Grown, or chocolaty Maduro wrapper shades, Perdomo Fresco is a mellow to medium-bodied cigar that is creamy, smooth and well-balanced for all to enjoy at an awesome low price.
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I am a Person fan, and wanted to try these as a lower priced option. I review every new cigar I smoke while I smoke it.
Here are my notes:
Good draw on cut prior to light. Nice flavor on light up. Smoked in the afternoon with a Heineken.
Had to even out the burn a couple of times, but no different than a Champagne. Good flavor all the way through. Review was not quite as detailed since multiple phone calls as I was working. Would definitely buy again...
By Justin on Oct 25, 2022
A full body treat that has never let me down. I highly recommend!
By JOSEPH on Mar 31, 2022
By robert on Mar 3, 2022
Overall a good smoke!
By Francis on Oct 14, 2021
A great smoke for the price
By Preston on May 27, 2021
This is the best value in cigars that I have found. They have the traditional Perdomo quality and flavor at a more affordable price
By John on Apr 6, 2021
I've been ordering this cigar for a while now and love it. It burns excellent and the taste is great. The price is surprisingly reasonable.
By Bill on Feb 25, 2021
By Marco on Mar 14, 2019
Nice draw, light cigar for those heavy days.
By ALEXANDER on Jun 5, 2018
one of my preferite
By antonio on Feb 22, 2018
Not a bad smoke for the price.
By joe on Jan 16, 2018
I had at least 7 or 8 bad cigar with my last order, not the one just received yesterday.
By John on Oct 12, 2017
Did not care for them
By Dianne on Sep 5, 2017
Outstanding. Got some ordererd and can't wait till they come in
By paul on Aug 24, 2017
By Kevin on Jun 1, 2017
Price wise, it is all an old man can afford. I A lot of them burn badly so I am always trimming off the ends and re lighting to even up the bottom.
Waiting for the lottery to hit so I can start buying the Lot 23.
Your customer service is great, keep up the good work.
By John on May 16, 2017
By Ken on Feb 21, 2017
By Dan on Jan 17, 2017
Nice smoke. Not too strong, burns evenly with great taste
By gary on Jul 30, 2015
I like perdomo. These are low end version but good.
By Joel on Jun 11, 2015
Pleasant flavor and smoke.
By san on Dec 29, 2014
This cigar is well made and smokes well. It is a bit more spicier than I usually smoke, the cigar burned well, and it was a nice enjoyable smoke for the price.
By Sue on Oct 24, 2014
Good cigar. Great price.
By Andrew on Oct 23, 2014
Excellent smokes for the price
By Ryan on Oct 10, 2014
I enjoy your cigars in the evenings out on my back porch. They have a good aroma and are a relaxing smoke.
By Larry on Aug 13, 2014
Very nice. Good flavor, solid consistent burn. Solid ash. These have a permanent place in my humidor.
A great relaxing 1 hour smoke with a Irish whisky and ginger on the rocks. Bravo, Perdomo. A winner!
By James on Apr 3, 2014
My best smoke
By john on Feb 21, 2014
The Perdomo Robusto Connecticut is a "full-sized" cigar in comparison to other smaller sized cigar styles,(cigarillos, Small cigars, minis, etc ) however, there are much larger sizes than the Robusto in the Perdomo line of cigars. The Perdomo Gran Cru Torpedo, for example, is a 6 x 54 (six inches long with a ring gauge of 54), and the Perdomo Habano Gran Torpedo is a 7 x 60. Also, depending on which cigar you are looking at, the "Robusto" size varies within the Perdomo line. For example, both the Nick's Sticks Robusto Connecticut and the Perdomo Habano Robusto Connecticut are listed as 5 x 52, whereas the Perdomo Fresco Robusto Connecticut and the Gran Cru Robusto Natural are both listed as 5 x 50. Be sure to browse the Perdomo section on our site in order to view all the available sizes and styles.
By jeff on Feb 9, 2011