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A small step for cigars, a giant leap for your palate.Sometimes innovation is nothing more than trickery or gimmicks, and other times a new product or idea is truly innovative and evolutionary…case in point, the new cigar line from Nick Perdomo. Perdomo Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged cigars is a step forward and successfully blends 2 of America’s great loves, bourbon and cigars.Perdomo Habano Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sungrown features a wrapper that has been double aged, first for at least 6 years before being put to sleep for an additional 10 months in bourbon barrels. The blend is finished off with a mix of long-fillers from Jalapa, Condega, and Esteli, Nicaragua resulting in a full-bodied blend with flavors of spice and earth with background nuances from the bourbon barrel. Try these for yourself and take an adventure into the next frontier in the cigar industry.
For a limited time, score a Perdomo SONOR Drum Humidor (worth $250!) for just $20 with any qualifying Perdomo box purchase below!
Truly, one of the most stunning and innovative humidors to ever cross my desk... ladies and gentlemen, set your eyes on the Perdomo SONOR Drum Humidor. A beautiful piece, that easily belongs in anyone's man cave. Emblazoned with the Perdomo 20th Anniversary logo, this drum humidor holds 40 cigars up to 7" in length, and features a real, working SONOR drum on the top. That's right lads, this one ain't just for show - it's a functional work-of-art. With all types of innovations and bespoke design details, you'll soon find this piece holding all of your treasured, favorite cigars, and wondering how you lived without it before. The coolest feature? A small tray on the bottom that slides out, designed to perfectly hold a Boveda Humidification packet. Seriously, do yourself a favor and get one of these while you have the chance - I don't know when we'll see a piece like this one come around again.
NOTE: To use your Drum Humidor, rotate the lid counter-clockwise one inch to "unlock" the unit, and then lift the top off. Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit. To "lock" the lid, simply slide the lid back on with the metal lining up with the grooved wood, and rotate clockwise one inch. The included key is to tighten or loosen the drum head, not to lock or unlock the humidor.