In addition to the Perdomo’s Champagne Noir line, Nick Perdomo and team launched another line of cigars at the 2011 IPCPR – the Perdomo Exhibicion series.
One thing I have liked about what Perdomo does is when they launch a line, they come out with several wrapper options. This allows Perdomo to not pigeon-hole the line to one type of consumer. At the same time, it provides the consumers a variety of options.
Here is a what to expect from this line. (Sorry no picture I got on this one)
The Perdomo Exhibicion utilizes a common binder and filler core, but provides three options in terms of wrappers. The Connecticut is meant to be the milder option, while the Maduro is the more full bodied option.
Wrapper Options: Ecuadorian Connecticut, Nicaraguan Sun-Grown, Nicaraguan Maduro
Filler: Cuban Seed Nicaraguan (4 Year Condega Seco, 5 Year Jalapa Viso, 6 Year Ligero)
Each blend of the Perdomo Exhibicion comes in four sizes. They are also sold in boxes of 20. The interesting thing is that all of the cigars have the 54 ring gauge.
Robusto: 5 x 54
Toro: 6 x 54
Churchill: 7 x 54
Torpedo: 7 x 54
I’ll post my thoughts on the blend in the near future.