Factory: Tabacos Cubanica S.A.
Famous for its ultra-premium cigars that are made with nothing short of the stuff of legend, Padron cigars has finally decided to offer its loyal smokers a mellower-bodied smoke. This new blend is named after Jose Padron’s grandfather, who was the first Padron to start growing tobacco when he arrived on the shores of Cuba in the late 1800s. Not the mellowest of Connecticuts, but also a far cry from the typical Padron, this latest addition is both unique and delicious.
Flavor Report: Vegetal, Red Pepper, Raw Lumber, Chocolate, Dark Cherry, Vanilla Bean, Almond
Not exactly a mellow Connecticut, this stick definitely shows its Nicaraguan roots. However its pleasant array of flavors and classic peppery gusto make this the perfection addition to the Padron family, rounding out the brand’s already stellar portfolio.
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