Padilla 1948 honors Ernesto Padilla’s father, famed Cuban dissident poet Heberto Padilla. The cigar’s name, 1948, refers to the year that Heberto Padilla published his first book, and is a fitting tribute to the literary giant. This best-selling cigar has returned after a brief hiatus and a swift sell out is all but guaranteed.
Coming dressed in a gorgeous Nicaraguan wrapper and a long leaf filler blend of Corojo and Criollo tobaccos, this medium-bodied gem features flavors of leather, hay, wood, earth, cream, spice, pepper, and caramel. This cigar is complex with a pleasing transition of flavors and remains perfectly balanced right down to the end.
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