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Who says getting old is a bad thing?
In the case of Perdomo Double Aged 12-Year Vintage, that statement couldn’t be more true. Nick has outdone himself this time around, shelling out three separate blends that each lay claim to 12-year-old, exquisitely fermented tobacco leaves. Dressed in Connecticut, Sun Grown, and Maduro wrappers, Double Aged 12-Year Vintage has a selection for every cigar lover out there. All of the tobaccos in each blend – wrapper, binder, and filler – go through an extensive “double aging” process. They are bale-aged for ten long years before moving on to barrel-aging in charred, white oak bourbon barrels for the next two years, resulting in a refined product that’s brimming with flavor. This process ensures that the crop from 2001 has impeccable color, texture, aroma, and flavor.
The Connecticut variation has a spotless Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper on display. Overflowing with finely cultivated Nicaraguan long-fillers, this blend showcases Perdomo at the top of his game. Complex nuances of cream mixed with caramel and cedar help to usher in a pleasing, buttery finish. Mellow to medium in body, Double Aged 12-Year Vintage Connecticut is something to be cherished, but with limited tobacco quantities, you should definitely snag a box (or five) while you still can.
Ive been collecting cigars for some time. Doller for Doller, Nick Perdomo is selling 25 dollar sticks for $8 on average I've tried them all. Upon lighting this MASTERPIECE I WAS IN TOTAL AWWWE! From light till finish. From box to box, cigar to cigar you get the same quality Product. Nick is an artist and his cigars are his canvas! Thats all i can say. At $10-$12 stick these are every bit worth $40/Stick to me. His philosophy is to keep quality in the hands of the everyday Cigar Enthusiest,
The Connecticut is buttery, creamy, cedary tasting Nicarauguan at its PRIME. I cannot afford to pay $10 for a daily smoker, BUUUT, buying a piece of art instead of a Big Mac to me is a no brainer. The 12 yr Vintage is the cream of the crop, but so is the Petite Cameroon Corona, as the ESV 2002 sticks. And no, I do not work for Nick Perdomo, but would be a dream job to drive around with a car full of PERDOMO JEWELRY, lol. Do yourself a FAVOR AND LIGHT UP A 12 yr Corona 12 Yr Vintage. The Sungrown are excellent but just had a lil bit of bite on last 1-2 inches, but Wonderful and to be expected. Heck, its freezing outside but im gonna give one a try without going numb. Again, im a average Joe.
God Bless Yu