Eterno By Perdomo Maduro Toro Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, May 6, 2014
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Eterno By Perdomo Maduro Toro Cigar Review

This 6×54 stick features a dark chocolate wrapper with a firm pack, dry toothy feel, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, large double cap and faint hay aroma. First light reveals a tight draw with good medium bodied smoke showing flavors of a deep fruity sweetness and smooth tobacco through the finish. The first third burns slow and just slightly wonky but not needing a touchup yet. Flavors are a smooth slightly sweet earth, that carries through the finish which is growing short. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 35 minutes the ash drops in 2″ chunks, flavors shift to a deeper candy like earth with a longer deeper finish. Ending at 1:05 the last third needed a relight and brought in a deep cocoa flavor to the mix. Thank you very much to BestCigarPrices.com for sending this sample for review!

  • Docwill

    Flavor profile seems interesting. Great review.

  • Robert

    Bryan,
    With the popularity of the “house blends” ( I think this may be one) – do you think these blends are truly unique or likely a clone of an existing blend?

    Love the toss at the end.

  • Greg Bellante

    I agree! This was nothing like the Eterno Connecticut which was rich with creamy mellow flavors and a very smooth draw almost effortless and a great even burn. I love the Connecticut and it’s now my go to cigar thanks to your review Bryan. The Maduro i tried on a whim at my local B&M store and it was harsh, bitter and kept going out . The Manager saw me showing frustration and disgust and asked if i wanted another one but i declined and choose a Drew Estate Nica Rustica instead . No complaints on that one . LOL

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