Padron Cigars: The Luxury Cigar

November 19, 2018

When you’re looking for the best cigars out of Nicaragua, there is only one option: Padron. The Padron family began making their famous cigars in Miami in the 60s, but today their cigars are all created in Central America using carefully aged tobacco. Our customers rate these luxury cigars nearly a perfect five stars. That ain’t bad. Here is why we consider Padron cigars some of the best in the world.

Meticulous Creation

The fine cigars in all Padron lines are aged to perfection. The Padron 1964 Anniversary Series, for instance, features full-bodied cigars with tobacco that’s been aged for 10 full years. Cigars in the Padron 1926 line have five-year aged tobacco that has a creamy smooth smoke with a silky flavor.

One of the more spicy options is the original series, which has tobacco aged for two full years under the sun. No matter your flavor preference, the Padron cigar lines guarantee a good taste and are constructed using only carefully curated ingredients. When it comes down to it — you may have a hard time smoking anything else once you’ve tried Padron stogies.

Top Rated Series

Our customers love the Padron offering, including the samplers. There is no better way to get introduced to one of the Padron series than by getting a box of four to five sample stogies. The Padron 1926 Series is also getting a 4.5 rating and features bold, smooth flavors. It was, after all, created to celebrate Jose Padron’s 75th birthday. The Padron 1964 Anniversary Series commemorated the 50th anniversary of the cigar company and the two best sellers are the Torpedo and Exclusivo. The Exclusivo even won 5th place for Cigar Aficionado’s “25 Best Cigars of 2011.”

When you’re introducing someone to the stogie lifestyle, or you just want to upgrade your own experience, it’s time to turn to Padron. You won’t regret it. These luxury cigars are made from only the best aged tobacco and are full-bodied, flavorful, and top quality. What are you waiting for? It’s time to get serious about stogies by puffing on a Padron.


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