Perdomo Lot 23 Toro cigars present a high-quality, medium to full-bodied premium at a fairer-than-fair price. A 4 to 5-year-aged Connecticut wrapper leaf, plus long-aged tobaccos grown in virgin Nicaraguan soil give these unique cigars a hearty, wholesome and well-rounded flavor. A must-smoke!
The smoke was plentiful and aromatic and the burn was consistently good. The taste was very good with creamy tones. I am ordering another box. This was a very tasty medium blend cigar and a good looking one also.1 1
Got a 5 pack on Auction. I was a little unsure about them as I have had some Perdomo that I am not fond of in the past, but was pleasantly surprized! These tast Great. I had to play with the burn a bit, but These are a hit with me. A great medium body smoke!1 0
I tried this cigar based on the suggestion of the guy who runs the local cigar store near me, and usually he has good choices. However, when I asked for a good medium strength, and got this one, it was awful. It was extremely mild, with lousy flavor all together.1 1
This is the second time I've smoked on of the Perdomo Lot 23 Naturals. The first smoke was fairly bland and the construction was almost flakey. I thought maybe the cigar got a little too dry on the trip over, but thought I would let the other sit in the humidor for about a month or more. After smoking the second, I still was not impressed and again the cigar began to fall apart almost immediately after lighting. There simply is not a great taste to the smoke and construction is bothersome from the get-go. My opinion, obviously, is to put your money into something else.1 2