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Padron 1926 Serie Aniversario No. 90 Natural Tubo Cigar Review

Debuting at the 2016 IPCPR, The Padron 1926 Serie Anniversario No. 90 was released to celebrate the 90th birthday of Jose Padron. The cigar was a first for the company in couple ways. The No. 90 which comes in Natural and Maduro is the first time the 1926 has been offered in a round format versus the box pressed version and it is also the first time the company has released a cigar in a tube, and it won’t […]

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ICPRP 2016: Jorge Padron Talks 90th Anniversary Cigar

Last year the Padron Family went way back in to their ancestry to name the first ever Connecticut wrapped cigar from Padron in Damaso. This year at IPCPR the company was showcasing a new tubo that commemorates Jose Padron’s 90th Birthday. The 90th Anniversary Tubo marks the first time an Anniversary blend is released in a round format, but don’t take my word for it. This morning we caught up with Jorge Padron where he […]

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Flor de las Antillas Tubo Cigar Review

Earlier this year the first news came out that My Father Cigars had planned to release the Flor de las Antillas in a Tubo. The cigar which measures 6 x 50 is round instead of the familiar box-pressed version that the line normally comes in. The cigar carries the vitola name of Petaca, which is the spanish name for a case used to hold tobacco much like a cigarette case. The name ties into the […]

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Padron Damaso – IPCPR 2015

We caught up with Jorge Padron at the 2015 IPCPR to talk about the Padron Damaso. The cigar is being billed as milder but true to the cigar name. It will be available in four sizes: No 8 (5.5 x 46), No. 12 (5 x 50), No. 15 (6 x 52) and No. 17 (7 x 54) and is named after the grandfather of Orlando Padron.  

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