Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

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nickpickWe have profiled Perdomo Cigars here on in the past, and we have also reviewed some of their offerings. In continuing with that theme, we have two more Perdomo reviews for you today. Up first is the Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill, which will be followed up by the Cuban Bullet Version 2.0.

Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill

The Nick's Sticks line from Perdomo first made its way into the hands of some cigar fans during the 1990's. The only problem was that it had limited exposure, as it was only made available at the Perdomo factory in Little Havana. Nick's Sticks soon gained a following, and that prompted Perdomo to expand their release on a national level.

The Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill measures 7 x 50. The cigar line is also offered in Robusto, Toro, and Torpedo vitolas. The cigar's interior is made up of a blend of tobaccos from the fertile Jalapa region of Nicaragua. It's exterior consists of a Connecticut wrapper. The Nick's Sticks line also comes in Sun Grown and Maduro versions. The Connecticut is the mildest of the three versions, and is listed as being mild to medium-bodied. The Sun Grown and Maduro versions fall into the medium to full-bodied categories of strength.

In terms of appearance, the Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill is impressive. It has a golden brown wrapper that looks great under direct light, and there's just a bit of an oily sheen. There are some minimal veins present, and the cigar has a very smooth aura to its exterior. Patting the Connecticut Churchill up and down reveals that it is packed with plenty of tobacco. No soft spots are present. After all is said and done, it's easy to say that this is a cigar with solid overall construction. The decorative band near the head has a cool design that incorporates the image of a burning cigar with the Nick's Sticks moniker. The band's red color also stands out against the golden brown wrapper. Just before lighting, there's a cold taste of mild tobacco, while the aroma given off by the cigar is earthy.

Once in action, the Connecticut Churchill burns well without any major issues. The draw is good and there's a plentiful amount of smoke produced. The ash is solid and has an attractive gray color. The burn never strays into uneven territory, so touch-ups are not necessary. The cigar also manages to stay lit on its own throughout the smoking experience.



0 # RE: Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill Review and the Perdomo Cuban Bullet Version 2.0 ReviewRoberto L. Brave 2011-07-09 11:30
I smoke 1 box of each one, you can't smoke a better cigar for that price! I give 85 pts. for each one!!

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