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.21
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!10
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.11
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.12