Padron Palmas Reviews
These and the naturals are my everyday cigar. The down side is everyone wants to buy a box after they try one.
Harsh, unpleasant smoke. Poor construction. An all around bad experience.
Smoked three so far. Two had soft spots. Flavorful without being overly strong. Smoke them several times a year.
After reviewing this cigar a second time, I find the cigar inconsistent. This cigar sports a dark brown,blotchy, rapper, that is filled with veins. The burn is uneven and ash is loose. There are faint wisps of wood in the nose, and a bitter aftertaste in the mouth, throughout the burn. The approximate burn time is 80 minuets. I can't rate this cigar again, due to its inconsistency. .
The Padron Palmas Maduro offers something for everyone. This cigar sports a nice well constructed milk chocolate colored wrapper, with a nice even flat cap with some veins. The cigar is medium in strength, and burns with a salt and pepper ash. In the first third of the cigar, it caresses the palate with sweet cocoa, and nuts. In the second third of the burn, hints of cocoa and sweet coffee aromas linger through out the nose, and gently smack the palate. In the last third of the burn, leather and cocoa aromas complete this smoking experience. The burn time on this cigar is approximately 60 minuets. On a scale of 1 to10, I would rate this cigar 9
After awhile every cigar enthusiast develops a taste that they prefer. For me it's the flavor that Padron delivers every time. I keep a large selection of top brands, but every time I open my humidor I want a Padron. A full flavored well balanced smoke that has a price of many cigars sold by the bundle!