Perdomo Fresco Sungrown
Perdomo Fresco Sun Grown cigars are part of the Fresco series, which is built to deliver value above all. These aren’t cigars made to chase awards. Perdomo has other cigars that are its finest and rarest. Instead, the Fresco Sungrown was made to be a bundle stick that you could light up any day of the week (and twice on Sunday). With a massive tobacco library from its fields throughout Nicaraguan, Perdomo can create pretty much any cigar it likes in huge volumes while still maintaining quality levels wherever they want.
The long-fillers in Perdomo Fresco Sungrown cigars are Cuban-seed Nicaraguan leaf, with a binder grown in Estelí. The wrapper leaf is also Nicaraguan but grown in full sunlight to become strong, a bit spicy, and flavorful. This is a smoke that will have you tasting for a long time in between draws, and Perdomo explains, that this is a cigar with a complex finish. Otherwise, they describe it as “a medium-bodied smoke with rich, earthy-sweet flavors.” These notes include oak, almond, and black pepper.
Perdomo’s approach to making almost everyone happy is to create a blend they like and then offer it in a selection of wrappers. Typically, this means a Connecticut version, a sun-grown version, and a Maduro version. These correspond generally to light, medium, and dark flavor profiles (although there’s some room for complexity here). For those who want a really well balanced middle of the road cigar with classic flavors, these Fresco Sun Grown cigars fit the bill perfectly. It’s a value that’s really hard to beat honestly.
Need a cigar you can always smoke guilt-free? Perdomo is all over it.
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Perdomo Fresco Sungrown FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Oak, almond, black pepper.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Perdomo Fresco Sungrown cigars are for folks looking for a good value cigar with a balanced, classic flavor profile.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Sure, but there’s no problem if you leave it half finished. It’s a bundle cigar, after all.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Perdomo’s favorite suggestion is scotch and bourbon, but if you want to stick with value and budget-friendly pairings, just grab your favorite go to beer and enjoy.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
This is truly the anytime, anywhere cigar.
This is a value cigar, so set expectations accordingly.