The wheel may not need to be reinvented, but that doesn't mean you can't make it bigger!
For Perdomo Cigars, this holds true with the reintroduction of the Perdomo Inmenso Seventy cigar. When first released in the early 2000s, the Inmenso Seventy cigar was among the first to be rolled in a massive 70 ring gauge, helping to kick off the modern style of large-gauged smoking experiences.
While there are now many choices in the gordo cigar market, few contain premium tobacco ingredients on par with the Perdomo Inmenso Seventy cigar's recipe. This includes five-year aged Cuban-seed tobaccos throughout the entirety of the blend: wrapper, binder, and filler. The cigars are available in two formats (Sun Grown and Maduro), showcasing the unique flavor attributes brought on through the all-important wrapper leaf.
Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown Churchill ranked No.4 in Cigar Journal’s Top 25 of 2022.
Q: What do the Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown cigars taste like?
A: The Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown cigar uses Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos throughout the wrapper, binder, and filler, being finalized with a hearty, five-year aged sun-grown wrapper. This cigar is rich, with zesty flavors of sun-dried red pepper, earth, toasted cedar, and aromatic cabinet spices.
Q: What do the Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Maduro taste like?
A: The Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Maduro cigar is a Nicaraguan puro, boasting five-year aged tobaccos from head to toe. The Cuban-seed Nicaraguan maduro wrapper contributes to a medium-full body and decadent flavors of cocoa, damp soil, oak, and mocha.