Perdomo Lot 23 Robusto cigars take medium–bodied Nicaraguan puros to the max. A blend of rare 2001 Corojo & Criollo long–fillers and dark Corojo wrappers unite for an earthy, spicy and creamy smoke with perfect balance. Great for both new and veteran cigar apprecianados, add them to your cart now.
This was one of the first cigars I've ever smoked, and it really took me on to smoking and encouraged me to try other cigars. The entire time through my journey, this cigar has been my standard and remains my standard for everything I should look for in a cigar. I tried another one this past weekend for the first time since that first cigar and..."aaaah" say no more. The train stops here at the Perdomo Lot 23 for me. Cigars that are more expensive simply are not worth it..0 0
Nick did it right on this classic cigar, the history of the lot is pretty cool and so is the smoke. Medium with spice and natural flavor, excellent construction and burn, a cool smoke thats a nubber for sure so get a tooth pick and enjoy the last inch. everyone should keep a few in their collection they age very well and are worth the consideration0 1
These are great smokes. I've been smoking these for a couple months now and they are now one of my favorites. Every time I open my humi I want to smoke one. The Lot 23 Belicoso Naturals are equally great. If you like mild-medium cigars you'll love these. Mild with some push, spicy and flavorful. Very consistent burn and draw. I'll be getting more for sure. Thanks FSS!0 0