Perdomo ESV Sungrown
ESV Sun Grown cigars are part of a three-blend line. The other two options are Connecticut and Maduro, allowing the line to offer a light, medium, and dark wrapper choice to suit the tastes of a variety of smokers. Inside, you get premium Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobacco that has passed inspection and has been found to be the most excellent produced in each growing year. Perdomo describes the smoke as having spiciness joined with a “smooth, long-lasting oaky finish.”
Sounds like a classic to us.
The ESV cigar line is more than a luxury selection of tobaccos. It was created in 2005 to honor Nick Perdomo Sr.'s passing. This is a cigar family that remembers its roots, celebrates its accomplishments, and looks upon its leaders with reverence. ESV Sun Grown cigars are an homage to a patriarch who worked tirelessly to bring Perdomo from a tiny storefront to a company with 4,000 employees and counting.
They don’t call the main facility “El Monstro” for nothing!
The smoke from the ESV Sun Grown cigar is medium-full in strength and offers enough complexity to make it truly interesting. Perdomo says to pair it with a scotch or bourbon, which we think is a fine choice (we’ll pair pretty much anything with scotch or bourbon, so it’s not like they’re twisting our arm). It’s a relaxing, satisfying smoke that really lets you experience a blend that is made with only the best leaf from a very respectable company.
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Perdomo ESV Sungrown FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Oak, pistachio, sweetness, rich spice.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Perdomo ESV Sun Grown cigars are for those who want the best tobacco Perdomo grows, in a medium-ish flavor blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It would be sad to waste this top-shelf tobacco.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Aberlour makes a 10-year single malt that is fairly smooth and should be a nice partner for your ESV Sun Grown.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
When you deserve something special.
Cigar Journal is giving it 92 point and a place of honor, but it has yet to wow the tastemakers at Cigar Aficionado. Whose palate is more like yours? Might be time to find out if this one is hype or not.