Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Connecticut
The best part of the tour, for many, is the complementary cigars!
Perdomo Factory Tour Blend cigars were once only available to those who made the trip down to “El Monstro,” the nickname for Perdomo’s massive facility where they have the capacity to produce tens of thousands of cigars each day. But when a rare and delicious blend exists, people eventually will clamor for its release so that they can buy it from their favorite retailers and enjoy it whenever they want. Or, the company will simply see a good opportunity to sell a beloved blend. We’re not sure which happened with Perdomo Factory Tour Blend cigars, but we’re happy that we can finally grab one whenever we want.
This special blend comes in three wrapper versions: a light Connecticut, a medium sun-grown, or a dark Maduro. Each one uses similar interior tobaccos, which include Estelí Nicaraguan long-fillers cradled by a Jalapa Valley Nicaraguan binder.
Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Connecticut cigars are the version that features a creamy Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. The overall flavor profile winds up being a delicious treat with notes of caramel, peanuts, and a hint of citrus. The finish is “velvety,” so the experience is really enjoyable as you go from puff to puff. It’s a mild-medium smoke that you can appreciate pretty much any time.
The Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Connecticut cigar is a very relaxing way to experience this once-exclusive blend. Now you don’t need to take yourself down to Nicaragua to see what Perdomo thinks is a worthy gift for the fans who visit their facility – you can smoke it any time you like!
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Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Connecticut FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Cream, caramel, citrus, peanuts.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
The Perdomo Factory Tour Blend Connecticut cigar is a mild and smooth way to experience this special blend.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
For sure. There’s a reason these cigars were well known long before they became publicly available.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke the Connecticut cigar with a cappuccino (Perdomo’s recommendation) or blonde ale (like Sun King Brewing Orange Vanilla Sunlight Cream Ale)
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
It’s a nice morning smoke, but this would make an excellent post lunch cigar if you have time to kill.
The only ding we heard was that some folks thought the maduro version had the edge here.