Nick Perdomo has a knack for creating full-flavored, affordably priced Nicaraguan handmades. And his newly launched Exhibicion cigar line is no exception. But the within the ever-growing list of top-notch blends from his Esteli, Nicaragua factory, it’s becoming difficult to choose. Here’s why Exhibicion stands out: it’s crafted using a well-balanced blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. Wait? That’s not different. Oh, each of the tobaccos contained within are aged 4-6 years in charred-oak Bourbon barrels – creating a rich, distinctive taste.
The Exhibicion Connecticut cigar showcases a silky, golden-brown Connecticut wrapper leaf that's quite attractive. After further aging, these medium-bodied handmades deliver a smooth, creamy smoke layered with notes of nuts, cream, sweetness, and cedar.
“This is a great cigar that is too often overlooked in the Perdomo line. Creamy with a little bit of berry, perhaps due to being aged in Bourbon barrels. Velvety CT wrapper like Champagne. Lots of smoke. Murat try.”
CD of Woodbury, MN
“Wow, I like this cigar. Creamy, just yummy. Great build , perfect draw and burn. I'm not great on taste discriptions, but the barrel aging is doing something! Try it, I bet you will like it.”
MK of LANCASTER, PA
“Another great tasting cigar from the Perdomo lineup. It fits the description.”