Dubbed “El Monstro” by the Nicaraguan people, Tabacalera Perdomo is said to be the second largest factory in Estelí. This facility, which was custom built by the Perdomo family, is the headlining facet in one of the most extensive operations of vertical integration throughout the premium cigar industry. This operation includes everything from farming, to curing, fermentation, a cigar box factory, aging rooms, and of course, the cigar-rolling gallery.
Tabacalera Perdomo has long been known for its quality and consistency. This felt particularly significant in 2020, managing to keep up with production in a year that few others could. And while the company’s numbers increase annually—consistently ranking in the top five best sellers throughout the US—this had long encompassed a fixed portfolio from year to year. This changed in 2019, introducing three new blends under the ESV line, followed in 2020 with two new cigars under the Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary collection. This has had no impact on the company’s tried and true offerings, with every aspect of the mammoth Tabacalera Perdomo seemingly firing on all cylinders, showcasing perhaps their best work to date in the modern era.