So many new cigars! This month's feature selections are:
~ Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Double Maduro ~ The new trend in cigars is bigger & tastier. The Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Double Maduro is one of the best!
It might pack too much of a kick for a new smoker, but for someone who enjoys a good Maduro & a full-body cigar it is a pleasure. The wrapper is dark chocolate in color with moderate veins, a nice oil, and a generous cap. The ash holds very solid, easily past the inch point. The burn is razor sharp for the entire smoke. The draw remains excellent, easily providing a full body of the rich, cool, smooth smoke. The flavors are expertly balanced, & will be a new favorite in the Perdomo lineup. The blend on the Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Double Maduro is fantastic, the construction excellent and very enjoyable. This is certainly a must try.
~ Perdomo 20th Anniversay ~ With a rich blend of balanced flavors, a terrific aroma, great profile and terrific construction, the Perdomo 20th Anniversary Cigar continues the Perdomo legacy proudly. Full-flavored & full-bodied, it brings the terrific flavors of this brand. The cigar allows a very easy draw & while conceding it may be a bit loose, the burn is sharp & the ash holds. This is a cigar built for the every day smoker. Consistent time & time again, the 20th Anniversary is enjoyable beyond words. While the Perdomo website calls the cigar medium-full, we found it medium & exceptionally smooth.
~ CAO Columbia ~ The CAO Colombia is a puro . . . Columbian wrapper, binder & filler. The CAO Columbia's construction is flawless, with a silky wrapper. A fantastic bouquet begins with the first light and as soon as it gets rolling, it becomes a medium-bodied, full-flavored gem. The long finish, solid and sweet at times, just rounds out the experience of enjoying this great cigar. Available now at VAT!
~ My Father's Cigars La Antiguedada ~ La Antiguedada is a full-bodied & bodly flavored cigar with tons of complexity, ensuring that the experience never gets dull. All the leaves, save the wrapper, were grown by My Father in Nicaragua. The fillers came from 3 different farms in San Rafael, Las Quebradas & San José and the process of curing, fermenting & aging was at least three and a half years for them all. The binder uses two Nicaraguan leaves: a Corojo & a Criollo. The wrapper is an Ecuadorian Habano Rosado leaf. How about that?! Wait till you taste this extraordinary offering - definitely in the running for your 2014 Cigar of the Year.
The top-notch construction has a solid ash & the draw is excellent. We think La Antiguedada could be the best thing to come out under the My Father banner . . . ever!
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