Perdomo Habano Maduro

The Perdomo Habano was released in 2007. This blend features a blend of tobaccos from 3 different regions of Nicaragua: Condega, Jalapa and Esteli. Available in 3 different wrappers, Corojo, Maduro and Connecticut, the Habano line will fit a variety of tastes. For this review I’m featuring the Maduro version, which quickly became a regular in my rotation soon after being released. So I’ll cut and fire this stick up and let you know why this cigar always has a spot in my humidor.

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Awesome review! I love these in the 60 ring gauge! I am not a maduro fan either, but these maduros are better than the corojo! I have never had the connecticut yet, but I shall search some out ;)



Great review. I do agree with you that Perdomo is a very consistent line; the construction is solid, and the aroma/flavor is just great. I have not much an experience with the Perdomo line before, but I am certainly becoming a fan.


One of my absolute favorite cigars, and at an affordable price point. I have a box of these in the toro size that have been sitting in my humidor for 15 months, and I’m so tempted to go home and finally open it up.

I think I’m going to have to order up a 5er check these bad boys out… I mean, at that price point there’s not a lot of reason not to.

Nice review. I will have to give that a try. I like the Perdomo Limited Edition and the Lot 23 so I guess this is up next.

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