Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Cigars4 Total
The son of a cigar maker, Nick Perdomo Sr. followed in his father's footsteps, entering the industry as an apprentice at the Marin & Trujillo factory before joining his father at the famed Partagás factory until 1959. Forced to flee Cuba in the wake of revolution, Nick found his way to the United States, grateful to be alive but with all of his ties to the cigar industry severed. Eventually settling in Miami, the Perdomo family began to slowly find its way back to cigars thanks to the determination of Nick's son, Nick Perdomo Jr.
Committed to the cigar making tradition established by his father and grandfather, Nick Jr. began making cigars out of his garage, naming the operation "Nick's Cigar Co." This humble home business would later become Tabacalera Perdomo, renowned throughout the cigar world. Expanding rapidly, the company soon outgrew every location it moved to, eventually settling in Estelí, Nicaragua, where its handmade cigars are still produced today. Nick Jr. still oversees all aspects of the production process and maintains rigid standards of quality, ensuring that every Perdomo cigar is nothing short of excellent. No matter which line of Perdomo cigars you choose to light up, you can rest assured that you're smoking one of the finest in the industry, backed by generations of experience and tradition.