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Perdumo Edición de Silvio ® is a highly limited extension of the Estate Selección ® brand hailed as the "crown jewel" of Perdomo's family of cigar brands and made as a tribute to honor the memory of Nick Perdomo Jr.'s late grandfather and mentor, Silvio Perdomo. Nick, Jr., who declined to disclose the origin of the secretive blend. fastidiously handcrafted in reverence to Silvio Perdomo's most cherished vitolas: the "Robusto" (5" x 54); "Double Corona" (7 5/8" x 50), and "No. 2 Torpedo" (6 1/8" x 54). Fifty of each size is delicately stocked in a slide-top, perforated Spanish cedar caché surrounded by and continuously exposed to the boldly fragrant "ribbons" from a 120-year old Spanish cedar tree.
Perdomo lot 23 is a medium to full flavored blend that offers a well-balanced, complex smoking experience. The dark Ecuadorian Connecticut-shade wrapper lends not only a stunning aesthetic appeal, but it adds an elegant creaminess which complements the robust Nicaraguan fillers. PERDOMO LOT 23 cigars are available in four traditional sizes packaged in stunning 20 count cedar boxes
The Perdomo Estate Selection Vintage 1991
debuted in 2005 and was one of the most highly anticipated cigars of the year.
What makes the cigars so unique is the rare vintage tobacco that goes into every
cigar off the line. After 15 years of additional aging, these mellow yet
flavorful tobaccos have the perfect balance and blend that tantalize the palate.
Perdomo La Tradicion Reserve
Honored as "Cigar of the Year" in the U.S. and Europe by the Robb Report and the European Cigar Cult Journal and judged "Outstanding" by Cigar Aficionado, La Tradicion Perdomo Reserve ® features a distinguished and contemplative blend of medium bodied, double-aged Cuban-seed tobaccos.
The history of the Perdomo family's cigar making tradition recounts three generations of Cuban cigar artisans and their quest for survival, freedom and their fervent dream of producing the finest cigars in the world. The communist revolution of 1959 and the considerable struggles that followed would not deter them from their tenacious path of defiance and persistence. Enduring years of political strife, hardship and brutal oppression - culminating with the eventual discovery of freedom and survival in a new world - is how the seeds of the Perdomo cigar tradition have taken root and flourished.