About Vintage Cigars

When applied to cigars, the term Vintage is used to denote the year a crop was harvested in. When the term “Estate” is included, it refers to the farm (estate) the tobacco was grown in. Vintage can be used to refer to the wrapper, the binder, and the filler. If you are looking for a vintage cigar, we suggest you try Perdomo’s Double Aged 12 Year line-up. The tobaccos used is this collection have been bale-aged for ten years and then bourbon barrel-aged for another two years. Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Connecticut, Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Sun Grown, or Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Maduro.
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