Perdomo Reserve Champagne Noir

Robusto · 5 × 50 PECR

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The Perdomo Reserve Champagne Noir Robusto cigars are finished with deep, dark triple-fermented Cuban-seed maduro wrappers that feature lush, robust, earthy flavors with notes of coffee, chocolate, and sweet spice. They are mild-to-medium bodied premium cigars that are an absolute delight to the palate. JR Cigars is best place to buy cigars online. Get a box of 25 to try today.


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$148.75
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5

50

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Mild - Medium

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5.00

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Puddin49 on 04/07/16

Great cigar from a gray company. Nick Perdomo knows how to make a good cigar!


4.00

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All mine

Gahri on 03/10/16

I absolutely love these. I bought a box and it didn't last long. I enjoyed each and every single cigar. I didn't even share.


4.00

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Sweet

Gahri on 03/10/16

This is a great cigar. I once had a box and it somehow ended up empty within about a month. I just blinked and they were gone. Ok I smoked them and all I can say is wow.


4.25

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Say yes to the Noir

jaycly456 on 01/22/16

This stick is full of flavor with hints if leather and cedar. The robusto will give you at least 30 to 40 minutes of smoking pleasure. It pairs well with darker heavier beers.


4.25

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A dad gum good cigar

Hest on 12/22/15

A pretty dad gum cigar if you know what I mean it's mild sweet and everything else


5.00

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Perfect

Vince Big Sky on 11/06/15

This a great cigar. I would call it medium strength, full of flavor. Consistency, burn and construction were all there on every cigar.