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perdopic1 Hello and welcome to another edition of cigar profiles on Today's focus will be on Perdomo Cigars. We will take a quick look at the company's background, and we will also dig in and see the various cigars the company has to offer.

Like many great companies, Perdomo Cigars is one that started small and eventually blossomed. Founded by Nick Perdomo, Jr., the company began in a garage as a home business. Perdomo, Jr. used the knowledge he gained from his father and grandfather's Cuban roots to build his business piece by piece. Perdomo now employs over 2,000 people and distributes its cigars across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Perdomo has plenty of cigars in its lineup, so let's take a closer look at each one.


Perdomo Lot 23

As you may have guessed by looking at its name, the Lot 23 is named after a piece of land. In 2000, Nick Perdomo, Sr. and his son discovered a piece of land on one of the family's farms in Esteli, Nicaragua. The land was untouched and found to have extremely fertile soil. The soil was so good that Perdomo dedicated a line solely to tobacco grown on what is referred to as Lot 23.

Each of these special cigars uses a filler and binder of Lot 23 tobacco. The cigar comes in Connecticut, Natural, and Maduro versions. The Connecticut is the smoothest of the bunch and is creamy. The Natural is medium-bodied and offers flavors of cedar and nuts. The medium to full-bodied Maduro is spicy. The Lot 23 is another premium, yet affordable cigar from Perdomo. You can find it in six different sizes: the 4 ½ x 60 Gordito, the 5 x 60 Punta Gorda, the 5 x 50 Robusto, the 5 ¾ x 54 Belicoso, the 6 x 50 Toro, and the 7 x 50 Churchill.


Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary

The Reserve 10th Anniversary is one of the most highly rated lines from Perdomo. Each of the cigars is made with aged Cuban Seed tobaccos in its filler and binder. As with other Perdomo selections, you get three different wrappers to choose from. The Champagne version has a six-year old Connecticut wrapper. The Cuban Criollo version is a bit stronger and has notes of oak and almond. The Maduro offers plenty of chocolate and cocoa flavors, as well as a good amount of sweetness. You can find the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary in five different sizes: Figurado, Robusto, Epicure, Torpedo, and Churchill.


0 # Perdomo Habano Maduro, one of my favoriteOld Man on the River 2012-03-08 21:48
I really like the taste of the Habano Maduro. It is smooth and a very easy draw. I am not an expert but I like this one.

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