In the year 2000, Nick Perdomo planted lone crop on an unused field he called Lot 23. Separate from all other fields, the tobaccos were separately grown and were finally harvested and blended 6 whole years later. Those very same tobaccos were then expertly sealed in a rich brown Connecticut-seed leaf that was from the 5th and 6th priming. Along with a hearty Nicaraguan binder, the special tobacco and the creamy wrapper combine into a medium-bodied beast with smooth hints of espresso, roasted nuts, and orange peels. So good in fact that Cigar Aficionado gave this beauty a “90” rating.