Padilla Signature 1932 Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, December 7, 2009
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Padilla Signature 1932 Robusto Cigar Review

This 5×50 dark chocolate stick offered a smooth almost seamless wrapper with some tiny veins, a triple cap and a great tobacco aroma. Draw was on the loose side and burn was very good all the way down, holding the ash in thirds. Flavors were very consistent from first light to the nub, giving a wonderful dusty creamy smooth leather, with a touch of tobacco flavor. They held all the way through the finish to the next draw where a slight pepper and spice joined in with a hint of cinnamon at points. Overall body was medium-full never overpowering. The smoke was rich and full even with the loose draw, giving saturated flavors all the way down. Total burn time to the nub was 50 min.

  • Bryan,

    Nice review. I’m wondering where you purchased the 1932? Was it from CI? I’ve had issues with loose draw on the 1932s I’ve purchased from them. Suspicious…

  • I don’t recall, but I know it wasn’t from CI, I have not bought from them in quite some time.

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