The tobacco used to make Padron cigars is grown in Nicaragua from Cuban seeds, aged and patiently hand-rolled. The pleasant and unique taste of the cigars will not stop the prices from being very economical. Padron cigars are typically recognizable thanks to their square-pressed shape, medium to full bodied flavor and their dark and oily wrappers. Smokers will notice notes of coffee and cocoa beans while enjoying these well-balanced puros. Padron cigars always meet good quality standards thanks
Been smoking cigars for years this is one of my favorites burns well. Great taste. Cannot go wrong with this cigar.
I?m a newbie < 1 year, but I?ve been smoking lots different brands and types with hits and misses. This one is a hit for me just love the taste. It has a hint of sweetness that I really like that is not over powering. Seems like a perfect balance. Defiantly a favorite, but I?m still searching. . . Must be good, I did my first review!
I hate to be the bubble buster here but I recently bought a box of delicas maduro, solely on Padron's reputation. I had tried corticos and enjoyed them greatly. The first few sticks were great. Burn, taste, draw, all up to my expectations. Then I got one that absolutely blew me away. After about half way down the stick, the taste was awful! Then it looked like pur tar was oozing out of the foot. Needless to say I trashed the cigar, assuming that something very rare (and bad) had happened. I put the remainder of the box in my humidor for a few weeks. About 3 sticks later it happened again. And again. At least 3 of the 20 had this problem. I'm leaving the rest in my humidor for at least 3 more months in hopes that this will fix the problem. I've emailed 3 different 'advice' gurus about the problem and they are all completely surprised and have no suggestions that I haven't tried except to let them soak.