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 these cigars does not prevent the prices from being very affordable. Padron cigars are easily recognizable thanks to their square-pressed shape.
back on father's day, my son got me a sampler of five Padrons. i was Hooked! honestly, the flavor and experience was the best. so I decided to get me a box. chose the 3000's. they showed up about a week ago. lets just say, i am getting a little low, and might need to be getting another box soon! these are great! love everything about them! Padron really knows how to make a prefect cigar!1 0
I've smoked quite a few cigars, many more expensive and a some less expensive. Still, for several years now, Padron 3000 Maduro is my favorite. It's a great smoke. Well constructed, flavorful and consistent. Combine that with a decent price and it makes me one happy smoker. I'll always buy others for variety, but I'll always have me a stash of Padrons.10 11
The Padron 3000 has always been what I consider to be ONE of the best bangs for the buck. For the price of a box I find it virtually impossible to find a finer $4- cigar (Andros being as equal a find for that money). Rich, full texture, heavy coffee & chocolate embodyments, billowing clouds of smoke and a nice "edgey" flavor... Padron 3000 is my ideal smoke, always finding regular rotation in my humidor.19 15
The Padron 3000 is one of the best most affordable cigars on the market right now. Both the natural and maduro offer a complex taste that cannot be matched by any other brand. I suggest this cigar to every cigar smoker I ever meet, because chancs are that I am smoking one when they meet me.6 19