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Perdomo Patriarch Cigars

A fine super-premium without the super-premium price.

The Perdomo Patriarch cigar was crafted to honor Nick Perdomo, Sr., a man known for his bold business skills and superior cigar-making abilities. Naturally, only a bold cigar of the highest quality would do, so his son, Nick Jr., created a scrumptious medium to full-bodied blend available in Connecticut, Corojo and Maduro. Chock full of aged, long-leaf tobaccos grown in Nicaragua's three growing regions - Esteli, Jalapa, and Condega - the Patriarch showcases traditional Cuban vitolas and imparts an eventful and satisfying experience for the senses. Rich layers of deep, dark flavors are present, including hearty spices, coffee undertones, and a touch of bittersweet chocolate. The finish is long and luxurious, completing a savory cigar from Tabacalera Perdomo that's sure to delight.
  Size Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Churchill Connecticut (7.0"x48) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $160.00 $143.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $38.00    
Churchill Corojo (7.0"x48) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $160.00 $143.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $38.00    
Churchill Maduro (7.0"x48) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $160.00 $143.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $38.00    
Corona Extra Connecticut (5.6"x46) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $120.00 $107.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $28.00    
Corona Extra Corojo (5.6"x46) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $120.00 $107.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $28.00    
Corona Extra Maduro (5.6"x46) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $120.00 $107.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $28.00    
Lonsdale Connecticut (Double Corona) (6.5"x42) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $130.00 $116.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $30.00    
Lonsdale Corojo (Double Corona) (6.5"x42) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $130.00 $116.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $30.00    
Lonsdale Maduro (Double Corona) (6.5"x42) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $130.00 $116.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $30.00    
Robusto Connecticut (5.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $140.00 $125.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $33.00    
Robusto Corojo (5.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $140.00 $125.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $33.00    
Robusto Maduro (5.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $140.00 $125.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $33.00    
Toro Connecticut (6.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $150.00 $134.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $35.00    
Toro Corojo (6.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $150.00 $134.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $35.00    
Toro Maduro (6.0"x50) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $150.00 $134.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $35.00    
Torpedo Connecticut (6.5"x54) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $180.00 $161.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $42.00    
Torpedo Corojo (6.5"x54) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $180.00 $161.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $42.00    
Torpedo Maduro (6.5"x54) BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $180.00 $161.99    
5-PACK Out of Stock $42.00    
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Customer Reviews of “Perdomo Patriarch Cigars”
Normally, I'm not a big fan of the Perdomo line....complexity doesn't seem to be their thing. I was hesitant to try the Patriarch and I'm glad I did. This cigar reminds me a little of Pepin Garcia's best has a nice spiciness to it...lots of complex flavors with a buttery, nutty taste on the palate. I had a good buzz going by the time I nubbed it. Swirling! Perdomo and company showed they could hit one out of the park. I await their next 2010 surprise.
PK of Milwaukee, WI
Fired up a Maduro Robusto last night. Nice burn, compact white ash that hung on to a solid 2+ till I tapped it off. Plenty of soft billowy smoke. First third was a little spicy and stayed that way without much else going on. Thought for sure I was going to be smoking another well made cigar with an uneventful flavor profile...then the last two thirds smoothed out to a creamy cocoa flavor all the way to the nub...yep, a finger burner, but smoked cool to the end. Having paid about $2.50 for this stick in my sampler, I can say this was a "helluva" smoke.
GF of Tega Cay, SC
This past weekend I was lucky enough to try a (Perdomo) Patriarch at Cigarfest '09. Nick and Arthur have done it again. By far the most enjoyable smoke of the entire weekend. It was absolutely delicious, rich and smooth. After I work through the other 50 Perdomo products I purchased this weekend and the other samples these Patriarchs will be the next box I order.
BC of California, MD
I'm going to say something that will go against my grain: this is not one of my favourite Perdomo cigars. The one I smoked was a Toro Corojo and I found the flavour just a bit dull. Could it be an individual cigar? The draw was very easy, almost too easy, which seemed to make me smoke it too fast. The ash was long and firm, the burn dead-even..everything just exactly as you'd expect from a Perdomo of any kind. I'm going to be fair, though. I'm going to get a couple more, especially a maduro, and give it another go. I just can't believe I ran across a Perdomo I don't really care for.
MC of MLeesburg, VA
I really don't think there is a better cigar than a Perdomo cigar. I think I've tried everyone one of them. They are without a doubt my favorite smoke of choice. I especially love the Patriarchs, and it really doesn't matter which ones. They are all fantastic. The Patriarch Toro Corojos are definitely my favorite. I think I'm on my third box of these and I only started to buy them last year. Everyone of them finishes as it starts. The smoke is rich and flavorful, and the draw is perfect. I love the taste throughout the entire smoke. They are never hot nor bitter. There is nothing like a perfectly consistent cigar, smoke after smoke. Nick, you've definitely done it right with this one and I'm sure your father would be proud. Thanks. I will keep buying this wonderful cigars.
BC of Netcong, NJ
This cigar is worth every penny. Don't hesitate. Don't think about the price. Just purchase a box of corojo torpedos and enjoy one of the best Perdomo smoking experiences.
DP of Milwaukee, WI
Had a moment to try a Patriach (Perdomo Patriarch) last night when on a temp reload of fave sticks. I thought the price per stick was a little steep but was it good, yeah. Fragrant, spicy... kind of a chompy, toothiness to it. Very even burning the pack is expert and consistent. What I expect to see for a stick priced the way it was. The dark oily wrapper was inviting, but I wish they had larger ring sizes. I'd like to see 54 to 60 sizes in a length of 6 - 7" but with the prices as I see... it would be a more expensive. The one thing Perdomo is not shy about is slapping a price on a stick. But the Patriach is a good cigar, and great with a cognac, brandy... also smooth enough to spoil you with a 10 - 15 year aged single malt, like say - Balvenie? lol! My Rate, this stick: 89
C of SSouthern, CA
I just tried the Perdomo Patriach maduro torpedo and it has to be my favorite Perdomo yet! The pre-light aroma is chalk full of maduro goodness and the taste is even better! Thick (and I mean thick) amounts of chocolate, espresso, and meat permiate the cigar with bits of cedar and spice appearing throughout. Construction was beautiful and the draw was perfect. My only complaint is that my burn was not as straight as I would have liked (also considering the price tag) and that made the ash a little flakey. Either way, I would recommend this cigar to all Perdomo lovers and I look forward to lighting up another one. This is one of those cigars that actually lives up to the hype of a pricier smoke and leaves you wanting more. I would rate the cigar as a 91 and if I can smoke a few more with a better burn, I might give it a higher rating (like a 93 or even a 94) but as it stands, first impressions and all, I absolutely love this smoke. I would like to try the robusto and lonsdale in both varieties so choosing one blend and size for purchase is quite difficult but I love the variety that Perdomo offers, even if having to choose can be down-right nerve racking. All hail the Patriach!
MC of Claremont, CA
This is one of my favorite cigars. I agree with others that the price is a little high, but you have to pay for high quality. The maduro robusto is my go to cigar. The flavor and intensity builds but maintains a smooth character through the entire smoke. I plan to buy a box of the torpedos soon.
BF of Nazareth, PA
Most corojo-wrapped cigars are not smooth, but spicy and bold instead. Most corojo-wrapped cigars do not burn well and hence lead to that annoyance we call tunneling. This silky corojo is not like most. Nick Perdomo made a super smooth full-flavored, but medium bodied cigar here, with soothing corojo flavors, combined with coffee and cream. Stays lit and burns even! This one is under the radar right now.
AD of rochester, NY

Perdomo Patriarch Maduro

Posted by Steve R

I have in my hand a Perdomo Patriarch Epicure Maduro and let me tell you, this cigar looks like a hundred bucks. The wrapper is dark and silky, with a consistent dark brown hue, nice oils, and minimal veins. The cigar is heavy in the hand and solid from head to toe....which should come as no surprise – all Perdomos are dense and jam-packed with tobaccos. The pre-light flavor is both peppery and sweet, while the aroma is that of sweet wood.

The cigar has been clipped, lit, and is now burning. Spice. Not a lot....but just enough. The sweetness is there as well, and both seem to linger long on the palate – almost as if they’re battling in a staring contest to see which can outlast the other. The smoke is chewy and smacks of cedar. I pick up a smooth series of spice through the nose.

Lots of smoke pillow from this cigar. These thick clouds fill my palate and continue to breathe from the cigar while it’s set in the ashtray. The ash is grayish in color with bright white stripes, and it holds on for quite some time. The ash actually fell off after about 2 inches, I clumsily let the foot of the cigar fall into my ashtray. The cigar is burning evenly and much slower than expected. Time to buckle down and prepare for the long haul.

Midway through the cigar spreads its wings a bit, developing subtle nuances of toast, coffee bean, and oak. The spicy finish now dominates the sweetness after each puff, and the aroma has grown more intense – it’s rich and smokey, with a woodsy element that’s quite nice. The cigar is slowly becoming stronger and is now walking a tightrope between the medium and full-bodied zones – it could go either way. The final leg is very toasty, with a silky, almost leathery influence that complements the coffee bean perfectly.

In my mind, Perdomo Patriarch has just one downfall – the price. Yes, it is a very high quality cigar. Yes, it is worth the coin. But I want to enjoy it often and at this price I can’t afford to do so. This factors into my review. Had Patriarch fallen into the Lot 23 or Perdomo Habano range....easy ’91.’ Still, an ‘89’ ain’t too shabby at all and I’d recommend this cigar to somebody looking for a step up from the flagship Perdomo Reserve line.