Perdomo to Add Champagne Sun Grown

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Perdomo posted a picture to their Facebook page on Thursday afternoon as a lead up to the addition of a new sun grown version of their Champagne line.

Perdomo Champagne Sungrown Box - May 2013

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Comments about the cigar left by the company indicate that it is comparable to the Perdomo Reserve Sun Grown, a cigar introduced in 1998 and discontinued around 2008. The Cuban seed sun grown wrapper for the project comes from the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua.

Pricing and sizes are said to be the same as the regular Champagne line, with the exception that there will not be a Magnum Tubo or Purito tins release. The Perdomo Champagne Sun Grown should debut in the following sizes:

  • Figurado (4 3/4 x 56) – $5.52 (Boxes of 25, $137.50)
  • Robusto (5 x 54) – $6.50 (Boxes of 25, $162.50)
  • Corona Extra (5 5/8 x 46) – $6.00 (Boxes of 25, $150.00)
  • Epicure (6 x 54) – $7.00 (Boxes of 25, $175.00)
  • Super Toro (6 x 60) –  $8.00 (Boxes of 25, $200.00)
  • Torpedo (7 x 54) – $7.75 (Boxes of 25, $193.76)
  • Churchill (7 x 54) – $7.50 (Boxes of 25, $187.50)

A representative from the company said the cigars are slated to be unveiled at the 2013 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show in mid-July. The cigars are currently aging at Perdomo’s factory in Nicaragua, while production on the boxes is just getting underway.

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