Tabacalera Perdomo, run by Nick Perdomo Jr and is built on the traditions of Cuban cigar-making learned by his grandfather and father in the factories of prestigious Cuban cigar makers such as H. Upmann, Marin & Trujillo and Partagas. Tabacalera Perdomo pride themselves on still making cigars the Cuban way. The Perdomos eventually escaped the Castro regime and started again and now produce the various Perdomo lines from their factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. Here, Cuban tradition meets modern technology where they employ a cryogenic system to freeze tobacco to eliminate any infestation. They also employ huge aging chambers which have been lined with Spanish cedar where both raw tobacco and freshly rolled cigars are aged for up to 3 years in strictly controlled conditions before being released. Here at TexCigars.com we stock the following Perdomo lines:
Few vendors are able to get the rare Perdomo Edicion De Silvio line, and when they do you're looking at close to $900.00 retail. These cigars were masterfully crafted by Nick Perdomo Jr. as a lasting tribute to honor his grandfather, Silvio Perdomo. He uses all Cuban-seed blends of tobacco that are so rare and exquisite the origins of this tobacco are only known to the Perdomo family. The tobacco used to make the Edicion De Silvio has been aged for over 50 years in oak casks, and only five people have been able to roll them!
Perdomo Fresco is are a bundled cigar line made from a blend of filler tobaccos which have been grown on their own farm in Esteli, Nicaragua, along with selected binders from Perdomo's crops grown in the Jalapa Valley region. These are then rolled into a choice of either a golden Connecticut shade-grown or Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper to produce a well-balanced, mild to medium-bodied cigar that is smooth and creamy.
Perdomo Habano is the latest line from Tabacalera Perdomo and are a full-bodied cigar crafted from a special blend of Cuban-seed filler and binder tobaccos grown in the Jalapa, Esteli, and Condega, regions of Nicaragua. The cigars are rolled into your choice of triple-fermented Nicaraguan Corojo or Maduro wrappers producing a cigar with a bold flavor and a smooth, satisfying finish.
The Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary cigar line start medium bodied and ramp up to a full bodied butt kicker! The Criollo and Maduro variants are both puros with all tobacco coming from Nicaragua and has a large ring gauge in every shape.
The Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne is the same blend as the Perdomo Cabinet Series Reserve Champagne but renamed. This Nicaraguan puro is wrapped in a 6 year old Connecticut shade wrapper. Do not be fooled by the Connecticut wrapper this cigar is medium-full bodied.
Tabacalera Perdomo's Estate Seleccion Vintage 1991 cigar line are named for the Nicaraguan Cuban-seed tobaccos harvested in 1991 that make up this blend. Rare in themselves, these leaves are further triple-fermented to give them that creamy-smooth flavor Perdomo fans love. You also have a choice of wrapper - an African Cameroon for the tubed cigars, and either a mild Connecticut, or a dark, toothy Maduro, for the non-tubed.
The Perdomo Lot 23 have quickly become some of Perdomo's best selling cigars and those that smoke them love them. The tobacco in these cigars was grown in 2000-2001 and was aged for Four years - then another 6 months for good measure. With Ecuadorian Connecticut-shade wrappers they recently rated very high in a Cigar Aficionado blind taste test with a 90 rating!
And last but by no means least, La Tradicion Perdomo Reserve Limited Golf Edition, to give it its full title. This special handmade line is made from a blend of select Nicaraguan tobaccos and wrapped in a 5 year aged, dark Ecuadorian Connecticut-shade grown wrapper. Golf fans should check out the special gift pack called "The Caddy", which consists of 4 Double Eagle Tubos, 4 customized golf balls and a double guillotine cigar cutter!