Looks good, I find it has a strong floral note. For me it pairs well with olor and I have it in a blend I like right now.
here is the Perdomo cap @ 2:45 and 4:05 minutesThanks for sharing, I've been cutting out a large 360 degree circle with the top of a sharpened redbull can. The idea is certainly similar, you seem to come around most of the way.
Here are the latest off the rolling board. The cigars on the right are 50x5-6" and the one on the left is a 44x5".
CV Corojo Ligero
CV Rene Viso
CV Corojo 2006 Seco Binder
CV Corojo Oscuro Wrapper
I'm trying to figure out a good corojo based blend and these are my trials with the Rene viso. If anyone has leaf recommendations that pair well with corojo I'd be happy to hear what they are.
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Great thanks, the funny thing is that I already have a small sample of Nic 2015 Habano Seco from Don (also advertised as Condega), I think I know where it's going now.It’s 70 degrees at 10:00pm in the middle of December, in the Deep South, with 90% humidity. Perfect time to strip some air cured to store flat; more accurately, prepare filler for the next batch of sticks. That’s well over a hundred stems, that I’ll store the leaves in between pages of newspaper...fairtradetobacco.com
@waikikigun shared a blend with the traditional Corojo leaves (I don't know how this would relate to the CV leaf). The blend he shared there that I had leaf for I really enjoyed. Equal parts corojo ligero, viso, seco, bound in Nicaraguan habano seco.
If you click on the link to the pics of your sticks, it will take you to his post with 3 recipes....