|Length||4 1/4 Inches|
Padron is one of the most celebrated cigar manufacturers in the world, having earned more 90-and-above ratings in Cigar Aficionado than any other non-Cuban brand. These cigars are made entirely with Nicaraguan sun-grown Habano leaves, which are all aged for a minimum of 2 ½ years. The result of this lengthy aging process is a characteristically Nicaraguan smoke with notes of earth, cocoa, coffee, pepper, and a bit of sweetness on the finish that nicely rounds out the experience. Padron cigars burn straight, draw generously, and stay incredibly smooth and flavorful from the moment you toast the foot to the moment you set down the nub. Padron Corticos small cigars allow you to enjoy the fine flavor of Padron even when you're pressed for time.
These cigars are just the perfect size with great flavor, when you want to smoke a cigar and don't have an hour to spend smoking it.
By Joe on Dec 28, 2021
By Alexander on Jul 11, 2021
Good for a short smoke. Worth the money.
By Gion on Oct 20, 2017
Am a Padron 2000 and 3000 daily smoker. Thought I'd try these to save time since I need approx. 1 hour for the other sizes. The taste appeared to be harsher than my usual Padrons. It may be because I'm used to the other taste. All other qualities are above average.
By gregory on Jun 22, 2017
By HICHAM on Mar 28, 2017
they are an okay smoke for a quick smoke
By Isaac on Oct 10, 2015
Excellent choice if you only have 25 to 30 minutes. Draw always perfect, I smoke about one tin per week very satisfied
By Michael on Sep 3, 2015
These cigars are as good as any of Padrons
By John on Dec 22, 2014
Thank you for your question. Typically they should stay fresh for about a few weeks. If you do not think that you will get to finish smoking the entire tin in a few weeks, we would recommend that you invest in a humidor. We offer several affordable low cost options if you are just looking to start out and hold a small amount of cigars. The best thing to do if you do not have a humidor is to keep the tin(s) sealed as best as possible between each use and store it in a place away from a direct heat source. Some people have used an opened zip lock bag with a slightly moist with distilled water paper towel at the opening of the bag and kept it stored in a dark place. While this is not ideal, it certainly is better than leaving the tins just lying around. We hope that this satisfactorily answers your question. Thank You!
By John on Jan 5, 2016