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A '90' rated blend of experimental tobaccos.
Perdomo Lot 23 is an incredible value that rivals the finest Connecticut wrapped cigars at a fraction of the price.
In 2000, Nick Perdomo planted an experimental crop of tobacco on a small plot of land appropriately named Lot 23. It is here that the golden tobacco leaves of Lot 23 were harvested for extended fermentation. When the tobacco was ready for blending, Nick was shocked to find the cigar did not blend well with foreign tobaccos, but rather was ideal when blended with tobacco from the same field.
The resulting Lot 23 cigar is composed of 100% puro tobacco from one field in Esteli. Medium-bodied with a silky Connecticut-seed wrapper, this creamy cigar offers a cedar-like character with toasty nuances, culminating into one of the best-balanced Nicaraguan cigars on the market.
Toro (6.0"x50) Well-balanced with dry toast on the palate with some sweetness that develops over the course of the smoke. Medium bodied with a moderate finish.
Robusto (5.0"x50) Extremely well-balanced. Dry and toasty aroma with hints of cinnamon and a moderate finish. Medium bodied with a medium to full flavor.
Churchill (7.0"x50) A meatier cigar compared to the other sizes. Medium bodied with a blanced flavor that is dry and spicy with a long finish.
Belicoso (5.7"x54) While the Belicoso had a nice burn and fair draw, the flavor was a bit young. Deep wood aromas with a long and somewhat ashy finish.