Affordable premiums from one of Nicaragua's finest cigar makers.
For nearly a decade, Perdomo's Slow-Aged Lot 826 has been at the top of the sales charts. Being a more affordable option among Perdomo's impressive, but quite pricey portfolio, Slow-Aged has allowed enthusiasts to enjoy top-line NIcaraguan flavor and quality without a budget crushing bill to swallow. Now, with a natural Sun Grown wrapper added to the 826 Lot line-up, these nicely priced premiums just received an added level of intrigue.
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 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.
Sporting a sleek, reddish brown wrapper, each Slow-Aged Lot 826 Sun Grown has entirely Nicaraguan tobaccos underneath. This lush long-filler recipe features some Ligero leaf as well, which really rounds out the blend's character by adding some significant spice. Expect them to settle a bit as they burn, turning focus to a satisfying profile that's as balanced as it is bright and bold. Perdomo Slow-Aged Lot 826 Sun Grown is proof positive that high-quality can be found for a low-cost if you shop smart.