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Perdomo Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown and Maduro Coming in May

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Perdomo Cigars is going big with its next release, the Inmenso Seventy, which will be available in two blends and three thick sizes.

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Both the Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown and Inmenso Seventy Maduro are Nicaragua puros that use five-year-aged Cuban seed tobaccos and will be offered in the following vitolas:

  • Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown / Maduro Robusto (5 x 70) — $6.25 (Box of 16, $100)
  • Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown / Maduro Epicure (6 x 70) — $7.25 (Box of 16, $116)
  • Inmenso Seventy Sun Grown / Maduro Churchill (7 x 70) — $8.25 (Box of 16, $132)

“The seventy ring gauge Inmenso cigars we made in the early 2000’s were considered enormous back in the day,” said Nick Perdomo, Jr., president and ceo of Perdomo Cigars, via a press release. “Today, seventy ring gauge cigars have become more than a trend and are some of the industry’s most popular sizes amongst experienced smokers. There is no denying that the past year presented many challenges to our retailers and consumers, and as a result, we will proudly introduce these premium hand-made cigars at lower than planned price points. These are exceptional cigars I know everyone will truly enjoy.”

The company said that the Sun Grown version offers a rich, earthy flavor with hints of cedar and spice on the finish, while the Maduro has an outstanding aroma and complex flavors with hints of oak and espresso on the finish. Both lines are produced at the company’s factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

Both lines are slated to ship in May.

Images courtesy of Perdomo Cigars.

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