The history of the Perdomo Lot 23 is a special one for the family-owned and operated business. Nicolas Perdomo, Sr. pioneered the Perdomo Lot 23 project in 2000 as he and son Nick Jr. cleared an untouched plot of land near the factory, ran a complete soil analysis, and carefully prepared the grounds. The virgin land was so fertile that it provided the incredible tobacco for Perdomo Lot 23 and a line that could carry on the Perdomo family commitment to excellence.
Connecticut: Mild to Medium
A light Connecticut-shade wrapper that adds an elegant creaminess to the robust Nicaraguan fillers.
Natural: Medium Bodied
A medium bodied Natural that offers a nutty flavor with hints of cedar.
Maduro: Medium to Full
A Cuban-seed Maduro that offers hints of coffee and spice.
The Perdomo Lot 23 boxes are exquisitely designed with the brand’s simple, timeless logo on the top of the box and the size and wrapper silkscreened on the front of the box. The Perdomo Lot 23 Natural boxes are stained in a beautiful colonial maple, the Maduro in a dark, red mahogany, and the Connecticut is simply coated with a clear lacquer showcasing the natural cedar finish.
Inside each box is a beautiful vista of the famed Perdomo Lot 23 farm and a box insert listing the dates the tobacco was grown, harvested, fermented and aged.