Padron 6000 Cigar Review
This 5.5×53 torpedo stick offers a satin dark tan wrapper with slight tooth, minimal veins, invisible seams, firm tight construction and a peppery, dry barnyard aroma. First light reveals silky smooth smoke, medium-full bodied flavors of a peppery earth with a touch of sweetness. Draw is perfect and smoke output is plentiful. The first third develops to a medium body of dry peppery soft tobacco, with good smoke output and a very parched mouthfeel. The 2nd third dies down a bit more to a mild-medium continuing the smooth coffee with a slight earth and pepper with creamy smoke. It’s like a 1964 on 1/2 power. Ending at 55 min, the last third developed in to a deeper roast coffee with a touch of sweetness, still very smooth.