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Perdomo Cuban Bullet Version 2.0

Perdomo's original Cuban Bullet line was released in 1998 and was made up of a blend of long filler and short filler tobacco. With the Cuban Bullet Version 2.0, Perdomo changed things up by making the cigar solely of aged long filler tobaccos. While the original was seen more as a value cigar, Version 2.0 is classified as a premium cigar that remains affordable.

The cigar comes in cedar boxes of 20 and in the following varieties: a mild to medium-bodied Connecticut, a medium to full-bodied Maduro, and a medium to full-bodied Cuban Seed. The Connecticut has a creamy profile. The Maduro is spicy. Last, but not least, is the Cuban Seed, which is earthy. The Cuban Bullet is offered as a 5 x 50 Robusto, a 6 x 50 Toro, a 5 ¾ x 54 Torpedo, and a 7 x 50 Churchill.


Perdomo Fresco

The Fresco line is a bundled cigar, which means it comes at an affordable price. According to Perdomo, the Fresco is one of the most popular bundled cigars in the United States. The Fresco is made with tobaccos grown on Perdomo's farm in Esteli, Nicaragua, and it comes in your choice of either a Natural Connecticut Shade version or a Maduro version. The Natural version is said to be very creamy and is mild to medium-bodied in strength. The Maduro carries more of a spicy kick and is medium to full-bodied.

The Fresco comes packed in bundles of 25 and is offered in the following sizes: the 5 x 50 Robusto, the 6 x 50 Toro, the 6 ½ x 54 Torpedo, and the 7 x 50 Churchill. Considering its affordable price and character, it seems as if the Natural version of the Fresco would be a good choice as a daily cigar.

Perdomo Patriarch


The Patriarch is a line that was created by Nick Perdomo, Jr. as a tribute to his father Nick Perdomo, Sr. It took Perdomo, Jr. three years to create the Patriarch. One can bet that a lot of love and hard work was put into the Patriarch's creation, and rightfully so.

The Patriarch's Corojo version is medium to full-bodied and offers notes of cedar and spice. The Maduro is also medium to full-bodied, but it brings sweet and earthy tones to the table. The Connecticut is the mildest of the three, and is said to be very creamy and smooth. The Patriarch is offered in Robusto, Corona Extra, Epicure, Torpedo, Lonsdale, and Churchill vitolas.


0 # Perdomo Habano Maduro, one of my favoriteOld Man on the River 2012-03-08 21:48
I really like the taste of the Habano Maduro. It is smooth and a very easy draw. I am not an expert but I like this one.

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