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A darker variety of Perdomo's sales juggernaut.
Just like the traditional Perdomo Lot 23 cigars, this maduro version utilizes all of its tobaccos from one, small tobacco field in Nicaragua. The only difference is the wrapper. Instead of a Connecticut-seed leaf, Perdomo selected a beautiful Broadleaf Maduro, one glistening with oils and toothy in texture. The result is a rich, almost chocolatey flavor that's smooth and gradual, complementing the creamy, peanuty nuances from the long-fillers inside quite nicely. Of course, the price is the same, keeping Lot 23 cigars among the finest, every day super-premiums on the market.
Note: Perdomo Lot 23 has received a packaging update. We currently have a mix of old & new packaging, so you may receive either. Rest assured, the cigars are the same, only the packaging has changed.
One of the only non full bodied Nicaraguans I love! Great smoke; will be keeping this one on rotation in my humidor! Ages very, very well.
I've had the Natural Churchill's and this one is on par with the excellence of the Perdomo line. It's a great smoke.
Almost as heavy as Fuente maduros. Excellent maduro smoke.
Bought these in a sampler and not a fan. Burned uneven, stiff cigar and bad quality. Trust me my humidor was not the problem.
Perdomo lot 23 maduro in robusto is a medium bodied smoke. Dominant flavors are of dark bitter cocoa, earth, leather and nuts. Finish is semi long with a bitter cocoa nut. Occasional hints of dark cherry. Draw was snug but good. Plenty of smoke. No real construction issues other than a touch up. Ash held on. Easily an 89 in my book
Perdomo Lot 23 robusto Maduro, smoked with less than 2 months of humi rest. Flavors where mainly of milk, cocoa, nutty sweetness, faint dark fruit, with a bit of bitter dark chocolate on the finish. This definitely is a medium maduro in strength. Draw was perfect with ample amounts of cool smoke. Construction was good with no required touch ups. Burn was even throughout. Aroma was welcoming. Overall an 88 in my book. A good switch up if you're looking for a medium maduro. Will age the rest and see if the flavors increase in strength.
Great cigar. Enjoy everytime I light up. Mild but very satisfying. Great cigar for the price!
What a great cigar for the price. These small lot Nic puros are one of my favorite maduros to date. I encourage anyone new to this blend or Perdomo to try a 5 pack and try one every three months, if you can wait that long. But the wait is well worth it, I was almost unimpressed when I first tried them, but give it a couple months and they open up and display a fine array of coffee, cocoa, cedar, with a pleasant sweet finish all in a smooth leather and silky billow of smoke...you can thank the broadleaf wrapper for that one. I can compare this to an Ashton maduro, except by the 2nd third you'll notice that it forms a strength profile close to the original MOW. Essentially, most nicaraguan premiums with proper rest develop this way, but with Perdomo you'll notice the family name lives up to their reputation for quality. They just grow on you, and patience will deliver.
Always liked the Lot 23 maduro...the second box I ever bought (after the Perdomo Habano)...now, I cannot get enough of the Gordito...I smoke it down further than almost any other cigar and it is great the whole way through...hooked many a friend on to them to. Told my local shop about it, he brought in a box - gone in 10 days.
JUST WANNA SAY THIS IS ONE HECK OF A SMOKE!! GOT IT FROM A LOCAL TOBACCONIST THAT CHARGES WAYYY TOO MUCH FOR IT... ONLY BEEN SMOKING CIGARS FOR A LITTLE WHILE BUT THIS IS ALREADY MY FAVORITE!! NOT HARSH DOESNT BURN HOT A NICE SLOW SMOKE... TOOK ME OVER AN HOUR.. AND LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT!!! WILL BE ORDERING SOME FROM CI SOON!!!
Let me just say I'm still a novice, so if my descriptions seem a bit rookie pardon my greeness. :)
This Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro was the first cigar I smoked from the Mega Sampler I got from CI. The only mistake I made with this cigar... burning it right out of the shipping box and not letting it sit in the humidor at least a few days. What can I say...? I'm like a kid on Christmas morning when I get stogies. The only reason I say it may have been a mistake is because I sampled Lot 23 that day, then waited another week to burn the 2nd stick of this from the sampler and had 2 strikingly similar but different experiences. 1st burn was good, and enjoyable. Started off a bit peppery, but was smooth and creamy, the way I like it, but I noticed it may have been a tad dry as it seemed to get hotter and ashier half way through. It was still flavorful and all, but just noticed the hint of roughness. That 1st night I marked this cigar in my personal ratings as a 8.5 on my 1st burn, the seemingly on above average score mindful that maybe I had screwed up being so eager to burn this right of the shipping box.
Now the 2nd burn after it was in my humidor for a few days, a different experience in that I thoroughly enjoyed it even more! Again started off just a tad peppery, but after that it was even more flavorful and creamy and nutty than I remembered a few days earlier. My experience was I "felt" like I was having a nice good iced cappucino with a shot of whiskey on a hot day! It was that enjoyable. Great cigar. New personal rating after the 2nd try - 9 out of 10!
CI has made it hard for me to decide which I like best from the Perdomo Mega sampler, or is it more that Perdomo has made it hard for me to decide, I really am loving their line of cigars thus far - 4 for 4, and I got the Habano to try from the Mega sampler left, this weekend! ...and that's my 2 cents worth.
Novice - EG
A staple in my humi, The ""Perdomo Lot 23", i thought I'd finally try the Maduro. The wrapper, i believe, mellows out the stick. The spicy, sweet flavor is very nice. Not overly sweet and chalky as some maduro's are. A pleasant cigar. A modest 88.
People, just do yourseves a huge favor and try these. I love Perdomos, I love the Habanos, but these are simply in a class by themselves when it comes to the aroma and flavors. They smoke perfect, look perfect, and THE AROMA. Seriously, get your share of Lot 23.
Nice smoke, Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro(the Belicoso). Starts spicy and full and quickly shifts to flavorful and medium. Beautiful construction, light it once and your done. Great all around smoke for any experienced smoker especially for the money.
Been dying to try the Lot 23 for a long time--a fellow CI Herfer just laid one of the Maduros on me, and man, what a nice stick! I paired it with a fine 7 year old Flor De Cana rum for an absolutely delicious, memorable, all Nicaraguan, and while watching the sunset from my front porch after a long day, almost trancendental experience. Firm but easy draw, perfect construction and burn, lots of smoke, and smooth to the nub. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! I'm a die-hard 5 Vegas Series A fan, but I'll smoke one of these any time!!
I enjoyed my first Lot 23 Madura at the Perdomo event at CI on 22 September, '07. This is a cigar I shall smoke a lot..excellent flavour, even, slow burn and beautiful construction. In my view, Nick Perdomo is one of the absolute top blenders and none of his cigars fail to please. This one is certainly no exception. A plus is that it's not even expensive.