Written by Puff Staff

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

User Rating: / 2

nicks sticks connecticut churchillperdomo
perdomo cuban bullet version 2.0

If you are looking for a lot of complexity, the Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill may disappoint you. The flavors that are there are enjoyable, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of variation. The cigar is very smooth, however. It begins with a mild tobacco flavor that exists for the entire first third. The second third is filled with plenty of creaminess. The final third offers woody notes. You could say that this is a stick that is somewhat one dimensional.

Perdomo didn't strike out by any means here, as long as you are the type of smoker who enjoys a smooth stogie. As I mentioned, complexity is not exactly present with the Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill. The cigar looked good, burned well, and was just satisfactory in the flavor department. That being said, beginners or anyone looking for something mild could find this cigar to be right up their alley. Now, for the cigar's best attribute – its price. A single can be had for around $3 each. At that price point, it's hard to complain. You can also find it in boxes of 20. You may want to pick up a box to keep handy for your friends, or if you want a decent smoke with your cup of coffee in the morning.

The Nick's Sticks Connecticut Churchill earns a rating of three out of four stars.

Perdomo Cuban Bullet Version 2.0


The Cuban Bullet line was first introduced to the smoking public in 1998. That version consisted of both short and long filler tobacco. The Cuban Bullet Version 2.0 contains only long filler tobaccos. While the 2.0 version did change its makeup, the cigar line remains affordable, just as the original was.

For this review, we will take a look at the Robusto vitola, which measures 5 x 50. The line also comes in three other sizes: the 6 x 50 Toro, 5 3/4 x 54 Torpedo, and 7 x 50 Churchill. As mentioned, the Cuban Bullet Version 2.0 consists of long filler tobaccos from Nicaragua. The binder is also Nicaraguan, and a Cuban Seed wrapper completes the composition. As with other Perdomo lines, this one comes in a Connecticut and a Maduro wrapper as well. It's nice to have options when it comes to cigars, and Perdomo seems to excel at offering them. Strength-wise, the Cuban Seed version is listed as medium to full-bodied. The Connecticut version is milder, while the Maduro provides more of a kick.


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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