Perdomo Lot 23 traces its origins back to the early 2000s, when Nick Perdomo, Sr. and Nick Perdomo, Jr. embarked on the ambitious journey to begin growing their own tobacco. This decision set the company on the path to complete vertical integration, allowing for the unique smoking profiles, incredible consistency, and affordable prices that have made Perdomo Cigars a top choice in the premium cigar market.
When entering the agricultural space, one of the Perdomos' first farms was Lot 23, a now-prestigious farm located in the fiery soils of Estelí, Nicaragua. Understandably, the Lot 23 series from Perdomo focuses on tobaccos from this lot of land. With Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro, the cigars are rolled exclusively from tobaccos of this farm, with every portion of the blend (wrapper, binder, filler) being aged five years before being rolled. This includes Cuban-seed Nicaraguan leaves throughout the binder and filler, as well as an oily Nicaraguan maduro wrapper. The end result is medium-full in body, boasting a direct, complex profile as only life's most pure indulgences can. This includes rich, sweet nuances of chocolate, earth, bitter-sweet espresso, and dark fruit lingering through the finish.