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We had eight players – but only one winner! Thanks to everyone who came! Hope to see new faces for our next event!
A big thanks to Mark from Aussie Cigars who posted this review of the Perdomo Habano Maduro!
I wanted to test out my new iPhone 4S yesterday, so I smashed out a quick video about our store and cigar lounge.
Perdomo Cigar Lounge regular Corey Wilson (@coreywilson76) dropped by the lounge last week and we asked him to do a quick video review of the new Perdomo ESV 2002 Robusto Maduro.
I’ve had a few people ask how big the Perdomo ceramic cigar ashtray on our site actually is. So I made this little video.
A great video interview that Smoking Hot Cigar Chick did with Nick Perdomo III at IPCPR.
Jason Nelson demonstrates the correct method to light and re-light your cigar!
Corey is relatively new to the World of Perdomo, so we thought we’d sit him down in the Perdomo Lounge and ask him a few questions. Follow Corey on Twitter at @coreywilson76.
Perdomo’s Jason Nelson gives a few tips on how to cut a cigar properly.
On this episode we chat with Nick Perdomo about his obsession with quality control. Learn why Perdomo Cigars are always so damned consistent!
The Lonsdale size (6 1/2 x 42) is preferred by many ladies due to its elegance. It’s long but slender. ChrissyD (@fddlgrl) did a quick review of the Lonsdale size in our Perdomo Patriarch (named in honour of Nick Perdomo’s father, Nick Perdomo Sr.) blend.
Chris and Brian from Nice Tight Ash (the best name of a cigar blog ever??) produced this excellent and complimentary review of Perdomo’s Nick’s Sticks – brand new in Australia! I can’t seem to embed the video, so you’ll have to click the link to watch.
The Cigar Channel has an excellent series of videos shot at the Perdomo factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The latest focuses on Perdomo’s insane quality control procedures and features Nick Perdomo, company founder and CEO. This obsessive attention to detail is just one of the reasons that gives Perdomo cigars their high, consistent quality. Click here [...]
Below is the recording from our live show last Friday, Nov 19. Our guests included Cameron Collie, founder of Drinkle.com, who talked about their business plan and recent legal stoush with Google, and Chrissy Dunaway, Cameron’s partner, who joined us for a discussion on the future of Facebook. We also discussed Perdomo’s recent news coverage [...]
Our guest on Cigar Talk Live tomorrow with be Mr Drinkle himself – Cameron Collie. Cam will join us to explain what Drinkle is doing and about their recent stoush with Google. I hope you can tune in live to ask questions (via uStream’s chat line). It’ll be happening Friday November 19 about 4:45 QLD [...]
Our thanks to Jerry from Stogie Review for this review of the new Lot 23 Gordito. He writes: Video review runs around 8 minutes. The bad news is I’m not a fan of big ring gauge cigars. Maybe 2 or 3 years ago the Perdomo Lot 23 Gordito size would’ve been exciting but the size just [...]
A “not too shabby” video review of Jason’s favourite – the Perdomo Habano Robusto – by Daniel from SmokenSpirits.com.
One of Perdomo’s cigar rollers shows us how it’s done.
This episode features the highlights of the May 2010 Brisbane Perdomo cigar tasting evening and features one of our local customers, James Ford from LimoByJames.com.au.
Nick Perdomo, CEO of Perdomo Cigars, explains the process of how Perdomo tobacco is planted, grown, harvested, cured and fermented. The video contains footage from our Perdomo Factory tour is Esteli, Nicaragua, from March.
In this episode, we’re joined again by Perdomo’s Head of Pre-Production, 77 year-old Aristides Garcia, to talk about his secrets for living a long and healthy life! Aristides has smoked about 20 cigars a day since the age of 14 but has never been sick in his life.
Jason and I are pleased to announce the launch of “Cigar Talk“, a new podcast series hosted on The Podcast Network (one of my other businesses). This series is designed as a place where we can chat to cigar lovers and other cigar vendors from around the country as we try our hardest to build [...]
On our recent trip to Miami we were fortunate enough to spend some time with Nick Perdomo. Here’s part one of our interview with him. In this episode, Nick tells us a bit about how he got into the cigar business and why he located his farms and factories in Nicaragua.
Aristides Garcia is the Head of Pre-Production (basically everything from when the crops are harvested to when the cigars are rolled) for Perdomo Cigars in Nicaragua. He’s 77 years young and has been in the cigar business for 60-something years. Before joining Perdomo ten years ago, he was the top administrator for all of Cuba [...]