What happens when you combine Bugatti and Nick Perdomo? Good things, very good things. On one hand you have Bugatti, known for highly impressive cars and lighting instruments. On the other, you have Nick Perdomo. Known as one of the best boutique cigar manufacturers in the biz. Together, you're left with the highly impressive Bugatti Maduro cigar line.
Bugatti and Nick Perdomo is a match made in heaven. Both sticklers for top-notch quality and high end products, their reputations precede them. In fact, I can't think of a better duo. And without giving away too much, the Bugatti Maduro is nothing less than one would expect. To craft such a high-end handmade, an extensively aged core was first carefully selected. An all Nicaraguan medley of 6-year aged ligeros, 5-year aged visos, and 4-year aged secos marry, setting the stage for the gorgeous wrapper. A dark and oily Connecticut Broadleaf maduro shining with oils. Like icing on a cake, this wrapper adds just the right tick of flavor, depth and strength. Warm, smooth notes of cocoa, earth, chocolate, and gentle spices mingle as a medium-bodied profile remains consistent as clockwork. A handmade well worth your time, the Perdomo Bugatti Maduro has every 'i' dotted, and every 't' crossed.
“So, I got a 5 pack (robusto) of these about a month ago when they were on sale and they've been sitting in my humidor ever since, I smoked my first one today and I will say, it wasn't bad, I don't know if it was GREAT lol being that I am new to smoking cigars and this was my first medium-bodied smoke, but I really have no complaints about this one. The wrapper smells quite nice and it burned very evenly with a perfect draw. Give this one a try you might just find that it's the perfect cigar you've been going crazy trying to find. -K.S.-”