Perdomo Cigars will raise prices on all but four of its 17 lines effective Jan. 1, 2018.

“Due to the ongoing FDA regulations and the continuous cost increases in manufacturing, we will have a small 3 percent price increase on a few of our brands,” said Nick Perdomo Jr., the company’s ceo, in a letter to retailers. “Considering our already very low price points, we will continue to hit the sweet spot in today’s marketplace. As you know, we do not like to increase any prices, but it is truly the very best we can do under these circumstances.”

The four lines not increasing are Double Aged 12 Years Vintage, Edición de Silvio, Estate Seleccion Vintage and Small Batch Series.

Perdomo’s most recent increase went into effect earlier this year.

Many manufacturers announce price increases in the first quarter of the year.

CompanyPrice Increase
A.J. FernandezPrice Increase
Alec BradleyNot Announced
AltadisPrice Increase
Arturo FuentePrice Increase
AshtonNot Announced
DavidoffNo Increase
Drew EstatePrice Increase
GeneralPrice Increase
GurkhaPrice Increase
J.C. NewmanNot Announced
La PalinaNot Announced
LFDNot Announced
Miami Cigar & Co.No Increase
My FatherNot Announced
Nat ShermanNo Increase
OlivaPrice Increase
PadrónPrice Increase
PerdomoPrice Increase
QuesadaNo Increase
Rocky PatelNot Announced
TatuajeNo Increase
VenturaNot Announced
Last Updated: June 18, 2018

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