Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne Magnum 50 Tubo cigars are 6 inches by 50 ring. Odds are, if you’ve smoked a Perdomo cigar it was a Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne. Famous for a reason, including but not limited to a stellar 95 rating, it is one of the smoothest, most balanced stogies available anywhere. It’s old news by now that Nick Perdomo is one of the most customer-friendly cigar makers out there due to his efforts to keep his smokes affordable by absorbing tax hikes and keeping as much production in-house as possible, and the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne is no different. Priced about what they have been for years, each is still constructed with a filler and binder grown in dark Nicaraguan soils on Perdomo’s own farms and a true Connecticut shade wrapper seals the deal.
Utterly flawless regardless of which of the numerous vitolas is selected, a triple fermented and shiny golden outer leaf will set your mouth to watering as soon as you feel its silky character and inhale the grassy aroma. Easily lit, the cigar produces mouthfuls of smoke loaded with cream to soothe a secondary black pepper flavor more apparent through a retrohale. Slow and steady puffing ensures a razor sharp burn as well as some awesome hints of marzipan and cedar which keep the profile clean and the experience sublime. You won’t want to put it down.
Beloved by nearly everyone, if you’re a fan of top shelf mild to medium cigars like Zino Platinum Crown or Ashton Cabinet and haven’t tried Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne yet it is now time to get off your duff and learn for yourself why these have been best sellers for years. Consider keeping a number of sizes on hand so you’ll have just the right stick available for whenever an undeniable urge hits. Yes, they’ll hit often. We promise.