Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Churchill cigars boast a dark Nicaraguan Habano wrapper that caps a blend of rare, 14-yr-aged Corojo & Criollo tobaccos for a well-balanced, medium-bodied smoke that teems with earthy, woody and sweet spice flavors. Priced affordably, add this 1½-hour smoke to your cart now.
I am blown away by this cigar. It is AMAZING. I have been smoking cigars for about 15 years and I finally can say this is the BEST I have smoked.0 0
After reviewing the Perdomo Lot 23 Toro for the second time, the cigar has improved, with a little extra time spent in the humidor. The Lot 23, now burns with a clean white ash, and easily supports a one inch ash. In the first half of the burn, notes of wood were present in the nose, and on the pallet. On the second half of the burn, notes of spice and pepper were present in the nose. The burn time for this Toro, was approximately 60 minuets. Due to its inconsistency, I can not rate this cigar again.0 0
I got them today and tried one tasted good. I liked the flavor but I'm letting them acclimate in my humidor should mellow out flavor. Just such a large cigar it takes all day to smoke. I would recommend this cigar.0 0
The Perdomos have produced a fine smoke with the Maduro Churchill Lot 23. Virtual clouds of aromatic smoke, and good draw with flavors of chocolate, coffee, straw and leather. Scored a box at auction for a fantastic price, and this has to be one of the best deals I have ever made on the auction site. Over an hour of smoking pleasure. I'll horde the ones I have left, for the more 'special' times. I don't believe one could go wrong here, as it seems the Perdomo Father/Son team have outdone themselves with this one. Try it - you'll like it.0 0