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Perdomo Grand Cru Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, January 18, 2010
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Perdomo Grand Cru Maduro Torpedo Cigar Review

This 6×54 dark chocolate stick offered a satin wrapper with minimal veins and nice tight construction. Draw was perfect producing lots of thick and rich smoke with minimal effort. Body was medium-full giving smooth dry flavors of deep tobacco, sweet earthy leather and a mild pepper zing on the short finish. Ash held on cleanly to the 1/2 point and a slightly oily, creamy nutty flavor joined in. This stick did approach full strength by the end, building uo to a slight buzz at the nub. This proved to be a very consistent stick in all regards, like most of the Perdomo line. Total burn time to the nub was 1:10. Thank you very much to Brother of the Leaf Chaz, from Long Island, for sending this in for me to try!

  • I reviewed the churchill size of this cigar yesterday. I liked it very much. I rated it a 91. My review will be up by midday Monday. Good cigar. A must try for maduro lovers.

  • Mike – KnightRid

    Greta review. I have had one of the natural I believe, and it was a nice cigar. I have only ever had the one so I will reserve judgement till I get my paws on some more, but so far I liked it.


  • Chaz

    Great review Bryan!

    I definitely felt this was a solid cigar, but I guess I was expecting more transitions after the review of the natural wrapper- shows what a difference a wrapper can make on the same filler!

    Glad you enjoyed the stick. keep up the good work 🙂

  • Hey Bryan, thanks for the great review! We’ve blogged it on the Perdomo Australia site!
    Cameron Reilly
    Marketing Manager
    Perdomo Cigars Australia

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