Padron makes its cigars yourself with Cuban seed tobaccos. These long aged tobaccos are grown in Nicaragua and help create a unique flavor for the cigar that is known for exceptional quality at an incredible price. Their quality is related to the point that every year, merely a limited amount are de
The Padron 1000 series are my favorite line of cigars. I usually smoke the 4000 and 5000, but they are all been excellent. Great quality at an affordable price. I love trying new cigars, but you never know what you will be getting until you try them. I smoke these Padrons when I need a cigar that I know will be great. In all my years of smoking these, I have yet to find a bad one.
Padron. What can you say? It s a flavor like no other. I ve smoked the real expensive Padrons and the flavor is pretty much the same with some slight variations. Milk chocolate, walnut, buttered toast. Just enough spice to get you in the back of the throat and keep you interested. A solid tobacco flavor, nothing too fancy. I think of Padron 4000 as what the old timey smokes must have been like 150 years ago. Rolled nice, tons of smoke, not slick and smooth and flashy looking. They won t fall apart if you smoke on it for 2 days and leave it in the ashtray. You don t need to smoke it halfway down to unlock the flavor. I ve never had a bad one.
Can?t beat the value for this quality stick