Perdomo Champagne Noir Churchill Cigar Review

Bryan,I know you’re not the biggest Perdomo fan, but I’ve enjoyed most of their blends and I personally think they are a underrated brand that gets overlooked often. Nothing too spectacular or flashy, but I’ve yet to have a bad experience. This champagne line is my personal favorite.

Take the top-selling Perdomo Champagne cigar, add a maduro-wrapped variety into the mix, and the results are spectacular. More than spectacular.

The Perdomo Champagne Noir cigar utilizes a triple-fermented, Cuban-seed Nicaraguan maduro wrapper that’s been aged for nearly 2 years – much of that time spent in Bourbon barrels. Inside is a rich and well-aged blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. The result is a full-flavored, but very well-balanced smoke that’s layered with notes of coffee, cocoa, sweet cedar, and earth. Medium to full-bodied and h​ighly enjoyable.

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