Perdomo Releases Texas Edition

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Perdomo has released a new limited release cigar for the Lone Star State, called the Perdomo Texas Edition. The cigar was tweeted about by at least one attendee of the recent Texas Cigar Festival where it was available for sale.

The cigar is available in three sizes, all of which use an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler are made at Perdomo’s factory in Nicaragua:

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  • Perdomo Texas Edition Robusto (5 x 50) – $6.50 (Boxes of 24, $139.95)
  • Perdomo Texas Edition Toro (6 x 50) – $6.75 (Boxes of 24, $145.50)
  • Perdomo Texas Edition Churchill (7 x 50) – $7.00 (Boxes of 24, $150.95)

The cigars were created for Great Discovery’s in Houston but have since been made available to at least one other retailer in the state.

In September 2012, Altadis USA released the Montecristo Connoisseur Texas Edition Titan, a 6 x 60 that was the second release in a series of regional editions that also includes cigars for New York, Las Vegas and Chicago.

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