The Champagne line is a Perdomo classic – one of the blends that the company built its reputation on. The Perdomo Reserve Champagne Sungrown cigar is a version of this time-tested best-seller that features a flavorful sun-grown wrapper leaf to bring a wealth of new notes into the profile of the smoke.
Perdomo Reserve Champagne Sungrown cigars are built around Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobacco grown on Perdomo farms in Jalapa. There’s Seco, Viso, and of course, some potent Ligero to bring the blend into the grownup territory. This blend is part of a family that includes the Champagne Noir (with a triple-fermented Maduro wrapper) and the original Champagne Connecticut leaf, so if you prefer different flavor profiles, you can certainly have them.
The experience of the Perdomo Reserve Champagne Sun Grown cigar here is quite nice, thanks to medium-full strength smoke with notes of nutmeg, espresso, caramel, and baking spice. It’s a rich profile that simply tweaks the standard experience with a bit more liveliness.
The reference to Champagne has nothing to do with alcohol for this cigar. Instead, when the original Champagne was being blended, the Connecticut wrapper that Perdomo used was described by Nick Perdomo, Sr. as the “champagne of wrappers.” The description stuck over the years and was confirmed by countless smokers who enjoyed the blend from decade to decade. This blend was there when the company was new, and we expect that it probably always will be a part of the Perdomo profile. Now, with additions like the Perdomo Reserve Champagne Sungrown cigar, you can enjoy this stogie pretty much any way you like.
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