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

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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

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