Beautiful, right down to the price.
The Perdomo Lot 23 cigar brand refers to a field of special tobaccos cultivated in the year 2000. That was when Nick Perdomo planted an experimental crop on a virgin field which he called Lot 23. This field produced a very small crop of tobaccos, and these tobaccos, 6 years later, were carefully blended together to create a unique Nicaraguan handmade.
So there you have it. Lot 23 cigars are filled and bound solely by tobaccos grown on one, small field. The wrapper is a caramel-brown Connecticut-seed leaf from the 5th and 6th priming that serves up ample creaminess. The fillers, a rich blend of dark Nicaraguan tobaccos bound by a robust Nicaraguan binder. The result: a super-smooth, medium-bodied cigar with enjoyable hints of espresso and nuts.
Perdomo Lot 23 recently received a 90-point rating, which commented: “An oily robusto with a great draw. It has a very leathery core complemented by cedar, coffee, and orange peel notes. Rich and tasty.”
Note: Perdomo Lot 23 has received a packaging update. We currently have a mix of old & new packaging, so you may receive either. Rest assured, the cigars are the same, only the packaging has changed.
Belicoso, Churchill (7.0"x49), Gordo, Robusto (5.5" x 52), Toro (6.0"x54)
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