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The nice folks at The Cigar Report have excellent things to say about the Perdomo Lot 23 Toro Maduro:
I believe Nick Perdomo has outdone himself with the Lot 23. The tobacco in this stick is specially grown in Nicaragua on a field called Lot 23…thus the name. This field was cultivated in 2000 and six years later Perdomo and his team masterfully blended these tobaccos to create the unique premium cigar, Perdomo Lot 23.
The veiny, dark brown wrapper is leathery to the touch and expertly constructed. Along with the spicy notes, the broadleaf wrapper provides some sweetness. The cigar is a bit peppery in the beginning but nicely transitions to a smooth, sweet offering creating a robust but pleasant taste and experience. The Perdomo Lot 23 produces a firm white ash and a solid burn line.
In summary, the Perdomo Lot 23 possesses great construction, quality and overall value. It was a privilege to smoke the Lot 23. I enjoyed it thoroughly and know you will too.
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