Bugatti is known for putting the petal to the metal....and is damn good at it too. From uber-high end automobiles to luxury cigar lighters, everything the brand touches turns to gold. Now, thanks to teaming up with Nick Perdomo, Bugatti dives into the world of handmade cigars. Introducing, the highly impressive Perdomo Bugatti Connecticut.
To craft Bugatti Connecticut, nothing short of an amazing blend would do. A fact well-known by Nick Perdomo, who has created more than his fair share of top-notch blends. Without a doubt, the real pulp of this mild to medium-bodied creation lies in the core. An all Nicaraguan medley of 6-year aged ligeros, 5-year aged visos, and 4-year aged secos unite, to create a rich bouquet of flavor that is extraordinarily smooth and refined. Then, enter the soft and silky Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. Seamless in appearance, this leaf is the perfect accomplice to the aged center. The end result is a fairly tame creation booming with flavor. Creamy, toasty, and cedary the Bugatti Connecticut exudes just the right amount of strength. And like a sports car hitting a hundo on the highway, it’s buttery smooth the whole ride too. A well-tuned handmade that represents Perdomo and Bugatti to a 'T', that's the Bugatti Connecticut.
“I recently bought a 5 pack of these with a 5 pack of the 10th Anniversary Champagne. The flavor profile and quality of both are similar, but the Bugatti's lean a bit further to the medium body side. If you like the Champagne, you should like these as well. I suggest you give 'em a try. Oh...I bought the Churchills.”