1948 is back from the ashes.
This commemorative cigar is a tribute to the year Ernesto Padilla’s father, renowned Cuban poet Heberto Padilla, released his first book. This best-selling blend has been absent for the last few years, but is now back and burning better than ever.
With a robust blend of Nicaraguan corojo and criollo long-fillers tucked under a hearty Nicaraguan wrapper, Padilla 1948 is a medium-bodied feast. This handmade emits aromatic clouds and delightful notes of pepper, cream, baking spices, hay, earth, and caramel with a balanced progression of flavors. If you missed out on these gems the first time around, be sure to add some to your cart and see what you’re missing.