Perdomo cigars are made by a family with three generations in the cigar industry. The current owner , Nick Perdomo, was the son of Nick Perdomo Sr., who came to the United States from Cuba after the revolution. Nick Sr. and his father were both targeted by the communists; Nick was targeted because he had told Batista about the cigar industry (which Batista had little to no interest in), and his father was targeted because he was a vocal anti-communist. Nick was shot, his dad was thrown in prison, and when the Catholic church offered Nick a chance to get out of the country, he jumped at it, and ended up in the United States with no money, no place to stay, and nothing he could do for income except for making cigars. Luckily, that skill carried him through to the point where he runs his own cigar empire.
With this knowledge and with a bit of effort and saving, they were able to set up Perdomo in Nicaragua, where they grow their tobacco and put together their cigars. The Anniversary G660 Maduro is made with a wrapper from Nicaragua, grown from Cuban-seed tobacco, and the filler is the best tobacco grown in Esteli, Jalap, and Condega, which comes together to make a great cigar wherever you may find it. This full-flavored cigar has notes of chocolate and hearty espresso, with a wrapper that has a bit of oil to it to make the plumes of smoke gorgeous.
If you’re looking for a great cigar, the 20th Anniversary Maduro is definitely the full-flavored cigar for you.