|Length||5 1/2 Inches|
The Padron Anniversario Serie 1926 debuted in 2002 to commemorate Jose O. Padron’s 75th birthday. Available in sun-grown natural or Maduro wrapper shades, these box-pressed cigars are made exclusively with 5-year-old Nicaraguan tobacco. This ensures maximum smoothness and complexity while flawless construction allows for a straight burn and generous draw. Try some for yourself and see why Padron Anniversario Serie 1926 earned the highest score of any non-Cuban cigar in Cigar Aficionado with an astonishing 97-percent rating.
By Michael on Aug 25, 2022
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By Carlos on Jun 10, 2021
These are my favorite cigars of all time. Flavorful, strong, and very satisfying with flavors that are similar to chocolate and coffee. This is the perfect cigar to have after Thanksgiving Dinner, or any other occasion for that matter. If you haven't tried this cigar, treat yourself, and try one. (Probably the best cigar for novices.)
By Steve on Nov 3, 2020
Padron never disappoints, smooth & flavor is terrific, I can’t see myself smoking other labels...
By Dominic on Jul 20, 2019
My favorite smoke, great flavor and taste, draws and burns well...
By Charles on Jun 25, 2019
One of the best cigars Padron makes . Never disappoints .
By Five on Feb 13, 2019
Padron is the best in the business.. and this is my favorite after dinner smoke. Perfect draw, spice in the beginning then mellows out after first third.. great smoke output and coffee chocolate cream flavors.. what more do you want.. I mean really..
By Tommie on Aug 14, 2018
By Sebastian on Aug 7, 2018
Great smokes. Full bodied, peppery, has all the other desirable elements you want from a strong cigar. Perfect construction and amazing draw. Very pricy and not a regular rotational smoke. My only beef is that they burn fairly fast. I =have never had one that I didn't wish was 2-3 inches longer.
By Carl on May 25, 2018
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By george on May 23, 2017
just like the number 1 but gets to the sweet spot faster...my fav. #2
By Joon on Jun 11, 2015
A little above my pay grade for an every day cigar. But I always have a box on hand for a special occasion. Never had a bad Pardon 1926. Always impressed with the appearance, burn & taste.
By jim on Feb 5, 2015
There is nothing that compares other than the 1964 Maduro
By Shannon on Jun 5, 2014