|Length||6 1/2 Inches|
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.
By Aurthur on Dec 24, 2019
Not worth the money
By Jeffrey on Feb 5, 2019
These cigars have a nice flavor and aroma definitely one of my favorite cigars
By Aurthur on Jul 5, 2018
By Ray on Jun 10, 2018
By Derrick on Mar 10, 2018
Not much to say other than "Excellent." 5 Stars in every category. I haven't found a single flaw with these. My only disappointment is that I only purchased two five packs--one natural and one maduro.
By Greg on May 6, 2015
Good cigar for the money. Pretty consistent although occassionally have inconsistent burn.
By Jon on Aug 12, 2014
I've tried probably 100 cigars. For the price you cannot beat the Perdomo Fresco Torpedo Maduro.
My favorite cigar is a cuban Cohiba Robusto. The closest I've come is in the Padron family $$$.
I like a cigar that makes you spit. A maduro provides that nice bite but not too strong. I like a torpedo because it requires a roller with more experience which results in a better draw and a somewhat more even burn. Nicaraguan tobacco from cuban seed is the best there is outside of Cuba. This cigar comes in bundles and does have a wide variation in draw characteristics ( Some will not draw and some draw like straw) I generally have a problem with one to two in a 25 piece bundle. At about $ 2.00 per cigar the quality is unsurpassed. This is my daily smoke.
PS. I sit on a screened porch with a propane heater, pour a yuengling into a frosty crystal mug, spit into the empty bottle as I go then put the but of the cigar into the bottle and screw the cap back on. No mess, no fuss.
By Tim on Feb 21, 2014