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 the cigars will not stop the prices from being very economical. Padron cigars are typically recognizable thanks to their square-pressed shape.
you will not be disappointed...superb quality..2 0
I smoked one of these last night and was very satisfied. The burn was very good, with the exception of one point where the burn line went somewhat wavy, but it self corrected very quickly. The draw was very easy and it produced lots of great smoke. It took about one hour to smoke and was just right. I would highly recommend it as a smoke to keep in your humidor.1 0
Best TASTING cigar I ever had.Some Padron's are very strong this one is not overpowering it's just nothing but flavor! Plus the most beautiful white ash. Can't ask for a better stogie1 0
I'v tried a lot of different cigars when I started smoking cigars about 3 years ago, I went thru a lot of samplers and I think I'm at the finish line, because Padron cigars are the most consistent cigars on the market.I smoked a good 12 boxes of 25 and found maybe a few runners all the others just perfect. I also smoked Padron 1964 anniversary - that is probably the best cigar on the planet - expensive, but great. I wish I can shake hand the man who rolls them. Keep up the great work2 0