Perdomo ESV Maduro
That’s what you get with Perdomo ESV cigars. In the words of Nick Perdomo, Jr. “This is like our baby, this cigar.”
The Estate Selección Vintage comes in three versions. One is light and has a Connecticut wrapper, another is medium and features a sun-grown wrapper, and the third one features a fermented Maduro wrapper. All of the long-filler tobacco for these blends is grown from Cuban seeds in the soil of Finca Natalie farm in Estelí, Nicaragua, making the Perdomo ESV Maduro cigar a Nicaraguan puro. Those who know Perdomo would expect nothing less from one of the nation’s most prolific farmers.
Nick Sr. is no longer with us, and the ESV series was created to honor the memory of a leader who gave so much to his family. The Perdomo's are old school in many ways, and it’s clear that the importance of ancestral values and wisdom is paramount, even for the members of the youngest generation who are learning how to earn their place in the Perdomo story one day at a time.
As for the thing that matters most, it’s a delicious puff. The company describes the Perdomo ESV Maduro cigar smoke as having “notes of chocolate and coffee… rich spiciness with oaky undertones… sweet flavors… and a smooth espresso finish.” Sounds like an absolute treat, especially if you love a fermented leaf.
These box-pressed cigars offer a nice slow burn and a concentrated flavor. The premium tobacco chosen for the ESV really makes this a special experience, which is a big part of why Cigar Journal awarded this one a 94-point rating. Even looking at the luscious wrapper leaf with its dark pecan color, you’ll be salivating for a taste of Perdomo’s rarest and highest-grade tobacco.
Earthy cigar lovers, this one will take you straight to Heaven.
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Perdomo ESV Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Coffee, black pepper, chocolate, mocha
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Perdomo ESV Maduro cigars are for smokers who want Perdomo’s best leaf blended for a nice earthy flavor profile.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
That spice, combined with sweet espresso notes is really what maduros are all about. You’ll be loving it.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Perdomo recommends a red wine. Pop the cork on a bottle of Santa Julia Reserva Mountain Blend and pour liberally.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
What a fine dessert smoke this is!
The reviews that we see are just raves. This cigar always delivers.