Cigar Review: Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Sun Grown

Basic Information:

Name – Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Sun Grown

Manufacturer – Perdomo Cigars

Size – Toro (Grand Palma)

Wrapper – Nicaraguan Sun Grown

Tobacco Blend – Nicaraguan

Pricing – $7.63

Body – Medium to Full


This cigar is double banded with the first being gold, dark red and white. The second band is black, gold and white.

The cigar is a beautiful reddish brown with some obvious veins, tight seams and a double cap.


Aroma – Scents of dark chocolate and nuts.

Type of Cut – Straight Cut

Cold Draw – Chocolate and raisin.

After Toast:

First Third

The flavor profile starts off with a toast earth and slight pepper. The earth is real rich and heavy on the palate here. Burn is sharp. The ash is a light gray almost white and holding strong.

Second Third

A nice coffee component mixed with earth and leather on this transition. Pepper dies off completely here. Some cedar wood notes come in at the end of the third. Burn turned slightly wavy. Ash fell at the 2.25-inch mark.

Final Third

The stick finishes nutty with leather and a cedar wood like finish. Pepper sticks in the final third on the retro hale. Burn self-corrected to sharp.

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Paraduxx Ridgeline Vineyard

Scotch – Glenmorangie

Overall Experience:

The Perdomo Grand Cru 2006 Sun Grown is a nice stick with slight complexity. A complete medium to full bodied smoking experience. I thought this was a good overall experience for the price point and would more than likely have it again given the opportunity.

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