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Friday, 11 June 2010

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cubanbullet2pic1 Today seems like a good day for some new releases, and we have some intriguing cigars on tap to introduce. Keep reading for some newly released sticks from Perdomo, La Flor Dominicana, Angelenos, and Berger & Argenti.

Cuban Bullet Version 2.0

If you are feeling a bit light in the wallet but still need your cigar fix, Perdomo has a new release that might be just what the doctor ordered. The Cuban Bullet Version 2.0 from Tabacalera Perdomo is a sequel to the previously released Cuban Bullet line that hit cigar shop shelves back in 1998. The original line gained popularity amongst cigar smokers due to its short and stumpy body. Perhaps the most popular of the bunch, the 4 x 54 Perfecto, offered cigar fans something a bit different to light up. Even better was the fact that the cigar was affordable. While the original Bullet had a solid run that lasted almost ten years, its disappearance from the market disappointed many.

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Enter the Cuban Bullet Version 2.0, a new and improved line from Perdomo that hopes to gain the same popularity as the old release. The 2.0 is produced by Tabacalera Perdomo's facilities in Esteli, Nicaragua. Buyers have plenty of variety to choose from this time around, as the 2.0 comes in three different styles. The black-banded Maduro is a medium to full-bodied Nicaraguan puro highlighted by a nice mix of cocoa and pepper flavors. The silver-banded Cuban Seed is another Nicaraguan puro that features notes of earth and is medium to full-bodied. The third and final style is the red-banded Connecticut. This creamy stick should appeal to fans of smooth smokes, as it is mild to medium-bodied. It features a Nicaraguan filler and binder and is topped off with an Ecuadorian wrapper.

Each of the three styles come in four different sizes: the 5 x 50 Robusto, the 5 3/4x 54 Torpedo, the 6 x 50 Toro, and the 7 x 50 Churchill. The cigars come in Spanish cedar boxes of 20. As for the price, Perdomo does not disappoint, and provides an affordable stick at a time when many need one. Expect to pay just $3 to $4 per single. At that price, you do not have a lot to lose and should give a 2.0 a try.






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