|Shapes:||Churchill, Gordo, Robusto, Torpedo|
A classic rises again.
Padilla’s 1932 is back for another go ‘round. When this tasty morsel first hit the shelves back in 2006 they were almost always sold out and one of the hardest blends to find. Now that it’s returned and is as delicious as ever, I’d recommend stocking up before they disappear again.
Coming dressed in an Ecuadoran Habano wrapper hugging Nicaraguan long-fillers, this tasty handmade is sure to please even the most grizzled cigar vet. With highlights of cream, nuts, cedar, and pepper, this medium to full-bodied treat features all the favorite Nicaraguan flavors, and will have you returning to the ol’ humidor for another bout with this gem time and time again.