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Top 6 Best Perdomo Cigars

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Shane K.

Brand founder Nick Perdomo Jr. built his cigar operation over the past twenty years from humble beginnings. Nick transitioned from a career as an air traffic controller to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, Silivio Perdomo, and his father, Nick Perdomo Sr., who spent years in the Cuban cigar industry.

Nick has grown Perdomo Cigars slowly and steadily into a vertically integrated business, ensuring meticulous control over the quality of his cigars. He oversees all phases of cigar production, from tobacco planting and harvesting on his Nicaraguan estates to the fermentation, aging, rolling, and packaging operations at his modern cigar factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. In addition to quality control, Nick is also a stickler for price. The Perdomo philosophy is to provide high-quality premium cigars at affordable prices. Here are the highest-rated and bestselling Perdomo cigars you can buy today.

#1 - Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne

Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne reigns as the number one bestselling cigar in the brand’s portfolio. What gives 10th Anniversary Champagne its edge is its butterscotch-hued Ecuador Connecticut wrapper leaf. Inside, a creamy blend of aged Nicaraguan long-fillers rests in a collection of thicker ring gauge shapes. Tasting notes of cedar, nuts, white pepper, and blonde roast coffee layers the palate with rich flavor and aroma without overpowering the senses.

#2 - Perdomo Habano

Like many Perdomo blends, Habano is available in a trio of popular wrapper options: Ecuador Connecticut, Maduro, and Sun Grown. The blend is also called Perdomo Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged because each wrapper is aged for several months in a bourbon barrel. Underneath is a select blend of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan tobaccos aged for a minimum of six years. Tasting notes include silky and nutty profiles (Habano Connecticut), woody and spicy flavors (Sun Grown), and dark roasted coffee beans and cocoa (Maduro).

#3 - Perdomo 20th Anniversary

A blend of premium Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos is aged for an eight-year minimum in Perdomo 20th Anniversary. The blend is also handcrafted in a collection of fatter shapes in three signature Perdomo wrappers: Ecuador Connecticut, Maduro, and Sun Grown. 20th Anniversary Maduro is the most popular with its medium to full-bodied finish and notes of semi-sweet espresso and dark chocolate.

#4 - Perdomo Lot 23

Perdomo Lot 23 is prized for its budget-friendly prices and its five-year-aged blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos cultivated from a single field pioneered for production back in 2000 by Nick Jr.’s father, Nick Perdomo Sr. Today, the project has flourished into a trio of well-made blends. The original Lot 23 is an all-Nicaraguan Puro that delivers notes of spices and wood. Lot 23 Connecticut is creamy and elegant with a touch of sweetness and cedar in the finish. And Lot 23 Maduro reveals succulent notes of mocha, molasses, and black pepper courtesy of its Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper.

#5 - Perdomo Double Aged Vintage

The tobaccos reserved for Perdomo Double Aged Vintage are matured for twelve years, including the binder, filler, and wrapper leaves. For the first ten years, each component of the cigar is bale-aged while the final two years is dedicated to aging the tobaccos in a bourbon barrel. Refined texture, color, and taste reveal notes of caramel and cedar (Connecticut), oak, spices, and almonds (Sun Grown), and a chewy profile of dark cocoa, maple, and mesquite (Maduro).

#6 - Perdomo Estate Seleccion Vintage

Perdomo Estate Seleccion Vintage (ESV) is drafted from a handmade profile of premium Nicaraguan tobaccos in a limited edition collection of box-pressed shapes. Mild and mellow notes of cedar and coffee with cream characterize Vintage Connecticut. A long and lingering finish is preceded by notes of cayenne, wood, and leather in the Sun Grown wrapper. Bold, woody, and complex notes of espresso beans, earth, and spices harbor a touch of sweetness thanks to an oily Nicaraguan wrapper in Estate Seleccion Vintage Maduro.  

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