Perdomo Cigars

Perdomo cigars run the gamut from mild to full-bodied and feature a wide variety of profiles and wrapper shades, as well as a wide range of price points. With such an array of phenomenal cigars in their portfolio, it's hard to believe that Nick Perdomo started out making cigars in his garage back in 1992. Using knowledge passed down through his family's Cuban cigar legacy, Nick built Perdomo Cigars into the flourishing stogie empire that it is today. No matter your taste, in this section you're sure to find the Perdomo cigars that you can't get enough of.


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Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father who were both cigar-makers in Cuba, Nick Perdomo Jr. abandoned a lucrative career as an Air Traffic Controller in Miami to pursue his passion for great cigars by opening his own cigar company.

“Nick’s Cigars” began operating out of Nick Jr.’s garage in 1992, just as the Cigar Boom of the 1990s began to take shape. Initially a side business that Nick ran in the evenings with the help of his wife Janine and three cigar rollers, Nick’s Cigars soon created a buzz among modern aficionados. This was largely due to Nick’s bold choice in using wrapper leaves from Ecuador and filler tobaccos from Central America to create full-bodied cigars - a departure from the early 90s trend which leaned almost exclusively toward mild cigars. In addition to his unique full-bodied cigar recipes, Nick also made waves with the introduction of the Perdomo² cigar - one of the first box-pressed cigars to hit the market during this period. Right from the start, Perdomo cigars were in a league of their own.

Nick’s innovation paid off, and by 1997 Nick’s Cigars had outgrown its modest Miami facility. The company was moved to Ybor City for a brief period before finding a new home for its production facility in Nicaragua. Veteran cigar-maker Nick Perdomo Sr. came out of retirement to help establish a new factory in Esteli. That year was the first that the company sold upwards of 1 million cigars, and before long an ever larger facility was needed in order to keep up with production demands. A second, custom-built factory in Esteli became the company’s new home in 1999.

By 2001, the Perdomo cigars factory, Tabacalera Perdomo employed 650 people and was projected to make 10 million cigars for the year. The company had grown to produce produces a wide range of handmade cigars ranging from entry-level bundled products to the Perdomo Patriarch, a top-shelf premium cigar blended to pay tribute to Nick Sr.

Today’s Perdomo cigars are produced at an 88,000-square-foot facility in Estelí, Nicaragua that’s known to locals as "El Monstro" (The Monster.) Perdomo cigars run the gamut from mild to full-bodied and feature a wide variety of profiles and wrapper shades, as well as a wide range of price points. With such an array of phenomenal cigars in their portfolio, it's hard to believe that Nick Perdomo started out making cigars in his garage back in 1992. Using knowledge passed down through his family's Cuban cigar legacy, Nick built Perdomo Cigars into the flourishing stogie empire that it is today. No matter your taste, in this section you're sure to find a Perdomo cigar that you can't get enough of.

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