Perdomo Lot 23 Toro Connecticut
Perdomo Lot 23 cigars are medium-bodied cigars blended with a 2001 harvest of bale-aged Cuban Corojo and Criollo '98 tobaccos grown exclusively on a virgin plot of land discovered by Nick Perdomo and his late father, Nick Sr. Offered in your choice of rich-tasting, dark Corojo, naturally sweet Habano Maduro, or milder Ecuadorian CT Shade wrappers, the smoke is creamy, earthy and well-balanced with a hearty, wholesome flavor. A stunning and affordably-priced cigar that's not to be missed!
This is the first Perdomo I can remember smoking. It won't be the last. It starts a bit peppery, then picks up leather notes and about an inch into the cigar, it smooths out and produces lots of medium bodied, creamy smoke. It doesn't have that "green" flavor some Connecticut style cigars have, and is more on the medium than the mild side. It also has a nice aroma. This is a very well priced smoke for a cigar of this quality.