Padron cigars get their quality from the way in which these cigars are produced. Expect a limited batch to be introduced for sale only once every year. The reason for this is Padron uses the best Cuban seed tobaccos grown in Nicaragua when they are at their peak of goodness.
My regular Padron smoke, superb for a short break at any time of the day
Padron s Cortico Maduos are wonderful when you have the itch for a cigar but don t have the time for something larger! They are everything you ve come to love about Padron with half the commitment. I find them best when lit with a soft flame for a sweet and smooth start. I thoroughly enjoy the rich flavors of espresso and coco. They burn evenly, consistently, and will hold ash for the majority of the cigar. They do get harsh in the last third. If you slow down you can get a nice finish, but at a typical pace they have a hard finish. Seeing as I smoke these when I m on a tight schedule I just jump ship on that last third. I typically buy the box of 30 and from box to box they are very consistent. I have a dud mixed in a box here and there, but they are few and far between.
I like a smaller cigar for ease in carrying it in my handbag, I am a petite woman and only smoke full size cigars at home. This is the perfect cigar for having on hand and great quality!!
I LOVE the Corticos Mduros. Nothing has come close in taste (except other Padron cigars). It's a medium body to me with flavors that will please the palate. It's in between a cigarette and cigar size. Perfect for smoking in a car where you dont want a full volume of smoke. I can wait to head to work or home so I can light one of these babies up. The only negative thing to say about these is out of the 6 cigar tin that I purchased, 2 of the cigars where duds. Lacked flavor so consistency is a problem. Either way, this does not deter me from buying more. They taste that good.