November 16, 2009

Perdomo event, Weekend review; 11/13-14, 2009

I started out Friday night by attending the Perdomo cigar event at the Maduro Room. Jeff Godfrey, the rep for Perdomo, was on hand to talk about all things Perdomo. He was featuring the new Patriarch, a cigar that Nick made in honor of his father, Nicholas Perdomo, Sr. I've known Jeff for several years now and he's always helped us with our S. C. Sit Downs. Here's some pics from the night:
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Grady Marsh, Jeff Godfrey, me











(L-R) Randy Fabry, Jeff, Grady, Barret Leviner, Mike Falls






The only cigar I reviewed this weekend was smoked on Saturday. It was a:
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La Gloria Cubana Double Corona (7.75x49)
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A light brown cigar with nice construction. Starts out quite spicy with average amount of pepper. The spice is quite sweet. I found this pleasing. The finish is sweet vanilla. There were hints of almonds. I found the cigar to be medium bodied. The spice stayed good throughout. Nothing spectacular about this cigar but it was good.
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Score: 87

1 comment:

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This was a creamy combination of several flavors I love so it gets high marks from me.