Wrapper: Nicaraguan, Sun Grown
Size: Churchill, Gordito, Robusto, Toro
Pack Size: 5 Pack, Box of 24
Description: The Perdomo Lot 23 cigar line is named after a special tobacco field cultivated in the year 2000. Nick Perdomo planted an experimental crop on a virgin field called Lot 23, resulting in a small yield of tobaccos. After 6 years, these tobaccos were skillfully blended to create a distinctive Nicaraguan handcrafted cigar.
In essence, Lot 23 cigars consist solely of tobaccos grown on this small field. The wrapper is a caramel-brown Connecticut-seed leaf from the 5th and 6th priming, offering a creamy profile. The fillers comprise a rich combination of dark Nicaraguan tobaccos bound by a robust Nicaraguan binder. The outcome is a remarkably smooth, medium-bodied cigar with delightful hints of espresso and nuts.
Recently, Perdomo Lot 23 received a 90-point rating, with the review noting: “An oily robusto with a great draw. It has a very leathery core complemented by cedar, coffee, and orange peel notes. Rich and tasty.”