Best in show Padron
We speak With the leading lights of the non-cuban Cigar industry at this year’s ipcpr Convention and trade show Naturally, the Miami-based brand Padron was one of the stars of this year’s IPCPR Convention. Over the past 10 years, Padron has grown to becom
fuller-bodied versions to fit into the Damaso line, the No. 32 and the No. 34.
The wrapper for both cigars is Connecticut-seed, with binder and filler from Nicaragua. The No. 32 comes in a format of 5.25 inches by a 52 ring gauge, while the torpedo-shaped No. 32 is six inches long with a ring gauge of 52.
Padron also used the show to launch the 1926 Serie No. 90, a new vitola to be added to the 1926 line. This release garnered plenty of attention, not least because it celebrates the 90th birthday of the brand’s founder, Jose Orlando Padron. However, the new cigar is also unique in that it’ll be the first Padron cigar to be sold in a tube, with