A good cigar at a low price is something that is hard to find, as hard to find as a unicorn is to find out in the world. Finding one is like finding the holy grail, and is something to be celebrated. Sure, almost every cigar brand makes their own ‘affordable’ option, a cigar that is cheaper per unit than most of their other offerings, but not a lot of these cigars are quality smokes. The Perdomo Lot 23 Natural Churchills, on the other hand, are a decent smoke.
Which is great, because sometimes it’s nice to have an inexpensive cigar on hand for a few things. Maybe you’re about to do some yard work and you need a cigar that you won’t be worried about dropping in a puddle of mud or something similar. Perhaps you’re looking for a cigar that you can share with company that might not happen to enjoy cigars, or who may not finish their cigars when they smoke them. Whatever the case, the Perdomo Lot 23 Naturals are a good choice.
Made in Nicaragua, they consist of good tobaccos, aged appropriately and grown in the usual places, mostly Esteli, sometimes Jalapa and Condega. It’s a cigar that can be described as ‘peppery’, and one that you can find at a decent price almost anywhere, whether you’re shopping at a cigar shop or you’re shopping through an online cigar shop. A great cigar and one that will not be overpowering, all at a price that will not break the bank.