A classic blend returns.
Padilla 1968 commemorates the year that Ernesto Padilla’s father, Heberto, was jailed for publishing a collection of poetry slamming Fidel Castro. This blend was crafted with care and exhibits the renowned quality and bountiful flavor that has become the hallmark of Padilla cigars.
Hailing from Tabacalera Aguilar in Honduras, this blend features Nicaraguan Criollo and Corojo long-fillers tucked under a flavorful Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper. Padilla 1968 is full-bodied and wallops your palate with notes including citrus, spice, earth, coffee, and cream. Padilla 1968 manages to perfectly balance its flavors and you’ll be entertained by the rich evolution in its profile. Cigars this good usually hit your wallet hard, but with my redonkulous pricing your wallet will thank you.