Newbs take on Perdomo slow aged 826
I figured I would take a break from my favorite maduro, the AB Prensado, and try one of the Perdomo slow aged 826 maduro I purchased as an afterthought on my first c.com order. The unlit aroma was not impressive at all, smelling as if it was produced in the woods behing my house. Was hoping it got better than that. At first light It did not get any better, to the point that I wondered if I could get through the whole cigar. The burn was ok throughout, requiring few touch ups. A bit into it, either the 826 improved, or my taste buds surrendered, I am unsure of which....I found myself less distracted by the harshness of the stogie, and settling into it ( of course that may have been the multiple Dark and Stormys I was drinking). Bottom line, inexpensive cigar that becomes tolerable with either time or alchohol. Will not likely repeat.