My cigar of choice is padron 7000. This cigar, when lighted properly, burns with a black ash, burns unevenly and must be monitored throughout the smoke. It burns hot up the middle of the shaft like a cheap cigar. My first experience needed to be put out shortly after lighting. I thought maybe it was because all I had were stick matches. Nope, it is an inferior cigar with a hefty price. I'm at least thankful that this website sells it less expensively. But it is still a 10 dollar stick and still burns like I described. I say move on.
By frederick on Jul 13, 2013
By david on Dec 27, 2016
In my journey to figure out what in the heck I like to smoke, what notes can I detect, and what else can I do to enjoy this new hobby, I was ready to step up with a more expensive, higher quality smoke than some of the earlier budget choices allowed me. That was a good decision. I instantly picked up the pepper notes, along with a bit of an earthy note. As I smoked it worked in some creamy flavors, and the blend made it an exciting, stronger bodied cigar. I started with one, and it was so good I went with a box next. Still one of the better decisions I've made. Yet another Alec Bradley home run for me.
By Case on Jan 12, 2017
A good overall smoke, I bought these after receiving some as a sample, a smooth cigar but a bit pricey for their overall performance.
By Brian on Oct 5, 2017
One of my favorites. I am not one to try to distinquish all the different flavors as if I were sipping a glass of wine. All I know is that these are consistently good, have a nice full flavor, not peppery and burn evenly
By John on Apr 5, 2018
Great cigar!. Somewhat easier draw and cooler than the Presando Churchill ( my regular cigar). If the Churchill is a 96 as per Aficionado, then this is at least a 95.
By Adoni on Oct 9, 2018
These Prensado cigars are well crafted with a consistent smooth yet robust flavor.
By James on Dec 20, 2018