Padilla Reserva Habano CigarThe Padilla Reserva Habano Cigars have been created to meet the niche demands of the cigar shops instead of the online market. This diverse company has decided to market this brand to special boutiques, mostly. In addition to this marketing thrust, the stogie is only sold in the United States. Ernesto Padilla, the owner of the company, is well liked among reviewers. According to aficionados, this new addition exemplifies the company’s craft.



Reviewers often note the complexity of spice and nuttiness throughout the body of the stogie. The binder and tobacco hail from Nicaragua. Most reviewers consider it a medium-bodied stogie. There are a few sizes the Padilla Reserva Habano Cigars are listed at, including 6 x 60, 4 x 60, 5 3/4 x 50 and 6 x 54, and they come in Short Robusto, Toro, Double Toro and Torpedo forms. The wrapper is of Ecuadorian Habano descent, and the special tobacco comes from the top producing regions of Nicaragua that include Jalapa, Esteli and Condega.



These smokes come in boxes of 20 and cost around $9 individually. There are two unique bands that come with the stick. The first band shows a lion’s head of the company logo in gold and red colors. The second has the name of the brand in black and gold lettering. The wrapper displays a tight cap with light veins throughout and in a brown-reddish color. This wrapper also gives off an aroma of wood and minerals, and reviewers state the foot of the stogie shows off wood, floral and earth tones.



Reviewers note that the beginning of the Padilla Reserva Habano Cigars has a tight draw, but the smoke is rich and creamy. Each draw, according to reviewers, brings an earthy and nutty sensation and aftertaste. A spicy wood layer takes center stage throughout the first third of the stogie, according to aficionados.



During the second third of this stogie, reviewers begin to note hints of pepper fading in and out. The pleasant sensation of cedar, earth and floral tones continue in the mix. Balanced and well blended flavors are noted by connoisseurs who have experienced the stogies. The smoke continues with the rich and creamy emphasis, but a hint of dry tobacco also develops. Strength in the stogie begins to build as it moves into the final third.



In the last phase of the stogie, the spice sensation makes a more noticeable appearance. The hint of pepper, however, seems to have mostly vanished. Wood, earth and floral tones still mix together during this part of the stick. The burn continues to be quite strong with a firm ash noted at the end. Some reviewers note a subtle taste of toast toward the end of the nub on the Padilla Reserva Habano Cigars.



Connoisseurs note the wonderful blend of flavors included in this stogie. Reviews note the impressive strength and nice medium to full range. Aficionados in the United States are quite lucky to have this stogie in their market. For those looking for a pleasant stogie with impressive qualities, look no further than the Padilla Reserva Habano Cigars.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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