Naturally, when you're a high-end car maker like Bugatti and you want to get into the cigar business, you'd go right to the folks at Perdomo. Tabacalera Perdomo has a long tradition in the tobacco industry, dating back to the 1930s when Silvio Perdomo worked in the cigar business in San Jose de las Lajas, Cuba. With three generations of tobacco in their blood, Perdomo is well-known not only for their cigar making but also today for the exceptional tobaccos grown by the family and fermented to their exacting standards. In the past few years, their portfolio of brands has become absolutely bulletproof. Right down the line, each Perdomo blend is quality - thanks to some of the strictest quality control standards in the industry.
When blending this cigar, the folks at Perdomo wanted to possess the same qualities of a Bugatti car. So, naturally, the blend is powerful. But don't confuse power with brute strength. This blend has some finesse to it with Nicaraguan fillers from three different priming that are aged anywhere from four to six years. The smorgasbord of fillers provides a complex flavor while the dark Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper provides an undertone of espresso throughout the duration of the cigar.