The Padron cigar brand stands for both great quality and great economy. Its cigars are well-made yet do not cost exorbitant amounts of money. Expert rollers create Padron cigars by hand, using well-cured Nicaraguan tobacco grown from proven Cuban seed stock. All Padrons are box-pressed, lending them
This is a superb smoke. Great taste, phenominal draw, great burn. What else can I say? These are my main stay in my humidor. My daily smoke. I smoke them to a nub. No down side.
I m a bit new to the cigar scene. I tend to spend around $6-10 a cigar. So far, the Padron 7000 natural or maduro, ive had both is my favorite... and it s not really that close. I had been smoking cigars during the NFL games with a few friends. I brought over the Padron 7000 and it won everybody over. They didn t want to smoke anything else. Since Im not an expert, the only thing I can really say is it is a really smooth smoking cigar. Full of flavor, but not overbearing. The only disappointing part is when it s gone!
I picked up 2 of these at a local cigar shop. Smoked one when I got home. Now I am searching the net to get me a box or 2. This is Padron's best cigar made. And the price is awsome.
These are really delicious. 1st third is ok, but the cigar really shines in the 2nd and 3rd third. Don't hesitate. Can't go wrong with any Padron cigar, even down to the smaller corticos.