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Padilla Signature 1932 Limitada Oscuro Salomon Cigar Review

Posted on Monday, February 8, 2010 in Cigar Reviews

Padilla Signature 1932 Limitada Oscuro Salomon Cigar Review

This 7.2×59 figurado features a dark chocolate, oily, slightly toothy wrapper with minimal veins and invisible seams. Draw was perfect with just the right amount of resistance for effortless control. Body was medium-full giving rich, smooth smoke. Strength was also medium-full, giving a buzz by the 1:30 point. After the video I felt kind of sick for 30 min. Actual smoke output was light, but flavors were prominent until the short clean finish. First third flavors were dominated by an oily creamy tobacco and big black pepper notes with minimal spice and zing, contrasted by hints of chocolate. An inch down flavors changed to quick hits of coffee, chocolate and leather, settling down to a peppery, oily earth on the finish. Near the 1/2 way point, flavors changed to a predominant coffee with a creamy tobacco finish, and the coffee continued to increase to the end, at the 2:10 mark. Thank you very much to Ken Glass for sending this in for review!

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  1. TruDog says:

    Great review. Have never smoked this cigar but enjoy the Padilla line. Your weather has me looking forward to Spring.

  2. Ken Glass says:

    This is one of my favorites. Lets see If they stay this good, due to the fact that Pepin Garcia is not making these anymore. I trust Padilla will still make a good cigar! He always has! The Sig ’32 oscuro sol was a kick, I wish I would have told you Bryan–I smoke strong cigars, and this one takes me 2.5 hrs. after a meal–sorry! Still, one of my top 5. Great review, as always!
    Ken Glass

  3. Jan says:

    Great review!! Not sure if you know of the remedy for sickness from a strong stogie?? A spoon full of sugar. Not kidding… It works miracles. Keep up the great job!!

  4. Bruce says:

    Had one yesterday for the first time and doing one today paired up with a mild stout. Yesterday I had it pegged for a fuller bodied smoke, 8 points out of ten because, of the bold spice and black pepper notes. The undertones of coffee and chocolate makes for a very pleasant smoke. I really like this cigar. Yesterday I did not have anything to drink with it but, today the mild stout mellows the black pepper notes on the tongue.

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