I was playing golf with another cigar smoker and I really liked the aroma of his cigar so I asked him what he was smoking. It was a Perdomo and he suggested I try the 20th Anniversary Sun Grown. What a great find. The 54 ring gauge really feels nice to the touch and I would say a medium tightness. A wonderful, full bodied smoked, burns evenly, and a superb flavor that I can only describe as just right. I bought a five pack to start and now it is a staple in my humidor!
I saw Nick Perdomo, shook hands and enjoyed a new 20th Anniversary Sun Grown with him. I was immediately sold on it and bought a box. I smoke Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne regularly and purchase them from CI or Nicks Hialeah Florida factory when I am snowbird down in South Florida. Thank you Nick for adding another fine Perdomo cigar to my box.
Do not mess around...drop everything and get some of these amazing stogies. As usual Perdomo has produced a perfect cigar again, and if you have pleasant memories of the perfect cigar experience, these will match or exceed your experience...ENJOY THESE MF's...in my opinion Perdomo has the most excellent array of fine cigars out there...AMEN!
I'm on my balcony right now with a 20th Anniversary toro in my hand. I'd almost forgotten how good they are! Smooth draw, great burn, and a thick, full-bodied flavor…Delicious!
The Perdomo 20th Anniversary Sun Grown is an amazing cigar. If you like higher end sticks for a reasonable price, this Perdomo is the cigar for you. Lots a flavor with an excellent burn from start to finish.
I purchased the box sampler and smoked the robusto size today. As expected from Perdomo products, no disappointments. Very nice to look at, hold and enjoy. The 54 rg was large for me but smoked incredibly well. I smoke about one cigar a day, and today's treat was a very enjoyable event. I had all I wanted from this size and I am trying to calculate how I am going to handle the larger sizes I have left. Maybe a two day cigar? These are great and are worth the asking price. They (CI) also put the robusto on the Jam occasionally> Get some.
I was in the walk in humidor of one of my local shops a few months ago trying to decide on something new to try. The shop owner came in and we discussed my taste preferences and he recommended this cigar. I bought a Churchill, went home and smoked it the same day. What a phenominal cigar! The wrapper is beautiful, the texture is somewhere between firm and soft, and the burn was absolutely perfect. By the end of the day I was back in the shop purchasing a box. The flavors that are produced by the Perdomo Sungrown are something I would expect in a stick selling for $15 - $18 each. I have been slowly depleting my stash smoking one a week. When I get down to a few left, you can bet I will be replacing them with another stack.
To me the great thing about this cigar is the combination of full and complex Nicaraguan flavors and yet an exeptional smoothness all the way to the nub. I have only come across this combination twice before, in My Father and in Padron Anniversary.
The Perdomo 20th sun grown is a beautiful cigar. The construction is solid with a slight box press to it. Upon first lighting the cigar lights up the palate with spice and a slight creaminess that is very subtle. Notes of cedar and light leather coat the palate. The ash is solid and the draw is perfect. I've smoked all the Perdomo lines and this is my favorite behind the habano corojo line. Enjoy this cigar with coffee or fine scotch in the afternoon. Truly enjoyable!