Perdomo ESV 1991 Epicure

Happy Monday folks! Today I have a Perdomo Estate Selccion Vintage (ESV) 1991 Epicure for you. Nick Perdomo Sr. secured this tobacco in 1995. The fillers are a mix of tobaccos grown in Esteli, Nicaragua and harvested it 1991. The wrapper is a Connecticut Broadleaf. Todays size is a 6″ x 54 ring Epicure that as far as I can tell is limited to some online retailers. This particular cigar has been in my humidor since late 2008 and I have gradually smoked these since that time. Lets see how these things have done over a bit of time…

Perdomo ESV 1991 Epicure from Nice Tight Ash on Vimeo.

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Is Esteli… HUUUUGE? So much (of the top) tobaccos seem to come from there. Need to add that to (fantasy) my travel itinerary…

Thanks for the review, Brian. Being a Perdomo fan, I’ll definitely give these a try!

Love the ESV’91 Maduros; never had the Connecticut version. It should also be noted that ESV’91s are no longer in production so if you like these you should buy them now, because once they’re gone…they’re gone. You may have mentioned that, but the sound level of the video was pretty poor and it made it very difficult to hear.

Sounds like a winner here.

Good review =) Keep up the good work! Always look forward to the reviews!

Thanks for the review.

Great review! Keep um coming!

Might add to my “to be smoked” list.

Welcome back men, A good reviewed on the Perdomo ESV’91 Epicure. I will trys one next B&M visit.

The only bad perdomo I have had is their fresco line, ive been looking at these on cbid for awhile, might try the maduro

Thanks for the review. I’ve not had a good Perdomo cigar yet so I might have to try and find this one.

Good review,love the Perdomo line.I will give this one a try.

I haven’t had too many Perdomo cigars, may have to try this one. Thanks for the review

Next question: where in the US is tobacco still grown? I know PA does, but does any CT broadleaf come from… CT?

Great review Brian. Sounds like a cigar for me. I haven’t had a lot of Perdomo cigars, but the few that I’ve had have been well constructed and enjoyable. Thanks for the review and keep on smoking.

Had one of these about three weeks ago at a barbque, with a buddy of mine, we both loved this cigar, great flavor. Thanks for the review…

Thinking of Esteli: saw a review of a Hawaiian cigar–and I suddenly realize I missed my calling: a tobacco farm in Hawaii??? Why didn’t *I* think of that?

Love both the Connies and maddies. A good cigar and a good review.

Great review! Keep up the great work!

this is my favorite cigar and I smoke a lot! I rate these a minimum of 9 of 10 scale.
I bought 3- boxes 2 years ago in florida. I still have 2
under lock & key. Cannot find these anymore here in Toronto
Canada, or in U.S. I usually go to Corona in Orlando.
You should try the “Silvio’s” if you ever have the chance.
They are also amazing.
Keep smoking..

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