Carlito Fuente (Arturo Fuente Cigars) and Jorge Padrón (Padrón Cigars) have finally announced details about their collaboration announced nearly two years ago. The new project will be shown in full detail at the PCA Trade Show on Sunday July 10, 2022 at 3:30 pm.
“This is a cigar I would smoke any day of the week. It’s malty chocolate like sweetness really hit the spot. The giant plumes of smoke from the looser draw were quite enticing as well. The only thing I can hold against this one was that it had a very similar flavor profile throughout, however don’t let that stop you from trying one at all, especially if it is priced right!” –John A. (Bostoneo)
"Overall I really enjoyed this cigar. Some good strong spice during most of the smoke which I enjoyed and then towards the end when the spice calmed down more of the char flavor came out. The last 3rd was nice." -Wes (SosaCub4Life)
AlanAllBlind Cigar ReviewsConnecticutEmmettFeaturedGreggIPCPRJiunnJorge PadronNicaraguaPadronRobertRobusto·
"This cigar offered a fairly solid smoke. The milder flavors transitioned nicely for the first two thirds. Once the leather left during the final third, the cigar developed a bit of harshness while the remaining flavors failed to achieve much of a balance." -Gregg (McGreggor57)
5 VegasAJ FernandezAllDieselDion GiolitoE.P. CarrilloE.P. CarrilloEditorialFeaturedGeorge RicoGran HabanoIllusioneJ. FuegoJ. FuegoJesus FuegoJorge PadronNestor PlasenciaNick PerdomoPerdomoTips and TricksTony Alvarez·
This is a compilation of our favorite budget cigars, some we have reviewed, some we have not. We will try and get to reviewing all of these eventually and we will keep adding more bargains as we find them.
AlanAllBlind Cigar ReviewsCorona GordaFeaturedJohn A.Jorge PadronMickey T.NaturalNicaraguaPadronRyan H.·
"Great overall cigar. The flavors were there from beginning to end but they were all varying at the different stages. My biggest complaint is that the ash would fall off for no reason making a bit of a mess. " -Alan (Eulogy)
The patriarch of the Padrón Cigar brand, José Orlando Padrón, died early this morning. The master cigarmaker, who ran Padrón Cigars Inc. for 53 years, was surrounded by his family at his death. He was 91 years old.
Famous 75th Padrón 1926 Series cigars are made in one size, a 5" x 54 box-pressed robusto rolled in two wrapper choices – Nicaraguan Habano natural or Nicaraguan Habano maduro. Presented in boxes of 10 cigars, these puros are exquisitely handcrafted with 5-year-aged Nicaraguan tobaccos offering a smooth, creamy, well-balanced smoke brimming with Padrón's signature earthy-spicy, full-bodied flavor profile. Only 3,000 boxes have been made, and like all Padrón Cigars, they will have individual, serial-numbered cigar bands.
A milder version of the Padrón brand—a Nicaraguan cigar draped in blonde Connecticut-seed wrapper and shaped in the round, rather than pressed square—is poised to be unveiled next month. The cigar, a first for the Padrón family, is meant to appeal to those who tend to smoke milder cigars.