A good cigar company is always looking to try new things, to see what they can do to get the most out of their tobacco, and to find ways to push the art of growing and blending cigar forward. And so, that is how the story of the Perdomo Lot 23 Natural Toro begins, with an idea about growing tobacco. This experimental crop, grown in the fertile soil of Nicaragua on a bit of land that would come to be known as ‘Lot 23’.
The tobacco was grown as usual, nothing special there, and then it was aged, fermented, and blended together with tobaccos from other places in the country of Nicaragua, from Esteli, Jalapa, and even from Condega. For some reason, the tobacco from Lot 23 didn’t play well with others, but blended very well with the tobacco from Lot 23 itself.
The Lot 23 Natural Toro cigars are wrapped in a leaf from Nicaragua, a natural leaf that has been properly aged, and filled with a blend of tobacco from Lot 23. If you’re looking for an affordable cigar, or a box of cigars that won’t break the bank whether they’re bought on the internet at an online cigar store or at a local brick and mortar tobacconist, then Perdomo Lot 23 is a great name that you should be taking a look at. And they’re so affordable, you don’t really have to worry about smoking them all the time!