Today we have a blend from Tabacalera Perdomo. Perdomo’s Lot 23 is a blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Esteli. What is unique about this blend is that the filler and binder tobaccos are all harvested form the same farm known as Lot 23. The tobaccos from this farm were harvested and aged for four years before being rolled with a dark Ecuadorian Connecticut-shade wrapper and then aged for another six months in Perdomo’s Miami facility. Perdomo Cigars are kind of an enigma for me. Some I love, some are just ok. Let’s see how this Lot 23 does.
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I noticed after I had rendered and encoded the video that I neglected to change the cigar info page. The vitals for this Perdomo Lot 23 Natural Robusto are as follows:
Vitola: Robusto Size: 5” x 50 Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut-shade Binder: Nicaragua Filler: Nicaragua Price: ~$5.25/single or $88.95/box of 20