Cigar Aficionado

Golf Cigars From Tabacalera Perdomo

"We all know that smoking cigars and playing golf go hand in hand," said Nick Perdomo Jr., president of Tabacalera Perdomo S.A., a Miami Lakes, Florida, company that makes its cigars in Nicaragua.

This sentiment inspired Perdomo to create the La Tradicion Perdomo Reserve Limited Golf Edition, also known as Perdomo Golf, an extensive line introduced last month. "I am very excited about the release of this new blend and I look forward to sharing it with connoisseurs and golfers alike."

It is offered in eight sizes, ranging from a petit corona all the way up to an "A", and retails from $4.50 to $10. The cigars are made with five-year-old Connecticut-shade wrapper grown in Nicaragua as well as a Nicaraguan binder and filler. A golf pack called The Caddy is also available and includes four tubed Perdomo Golf cigars, four customized golf balls and a cigar cutter.

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"I though <a href="">customized golf balls</a> was taking the game to far, but golf cigars? Whats wrong with a regular cigar? " —April 26, 2011 12:37 PM