The best way to deliver some lightly undesirable news is to bundle it with some good news. Perdomo did just that with their price increase announcement at the beginning of the year by also announcing the upcoming release of three new lines. One of those lines is the Small Batch Series, which features three different blends each with four sizes. Each blend uses Nicaraguan tobacco for the filler and binder that has been aged 10 years and then three different wrappers that have all been aged in bourbon barrels.
The first to be released was the Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, which Charlie Minato reviewed here. The second release features a Nicaraguan sun grown wrapper, while the third release will be a Nicaraguan maduro wrapper. Today I’ll be taking a look at the Nicaraguan sun grown version. The four sizes each version will be released in are: