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Padron 4000 Natural Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, March 16, 2013
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Padron 4000 Natural Cigar Review

This 6.5×54 stick features a dark brown very thin fragile wrapper with an extremely squishy pack, slightly lifted seams, minimal veins, dry slightly toothy feel, single cap and faint manure aroma. First light reveals medium-full body flavors of a slightly bitter grass and earth with a thick chewy oily finish that’s on the short side. The first third burns fairly quickly with a good but slightly wonky burn although needing no attention. Flavors are a medium bodied creamy coffee on the draw with a long oily finish, the ash holding for 2 inches. Hitting the 1/2 way point at 25 minutes there has been no change. Ending out 55 minutes just like the maduro blend, this proved to be very consistent all the way down just adding a touch of chocolate in the last inch. Thank you to viewer Marcos Heyliger for providing this for review!

  • walshy

    Thanks for the review Bryan. I have to agree with you regarding favoring the Padron Natural over the maduro. Just seems like the flavors are richer to me in the Natural wrapper. Thanks again, another excellent review.

    • Walshy

      Bryan, congrats on reaching 10,000 subscribers. Thats an amazing accomplishment. Good luck in the future. Im sure youll be at 20,000 in no time. This is my entry. Thank you.

    • ryan b

      i as well prefer the natural, so good!

  • Rich

    Good review on this cigar. Padron’s are always a good consistant cigar.
    Hey…here’s my official entry to the latest cigar giveaway ! Also can’t wait to get down to FL. Flying in on Wed night !

  • AL

    Love the back to back comparisons. Also totally agree with you and walshy about the natural wrapper Padrons.

  • neocigaro

    I always confuse perdomo with padrons haha.

  • eric.hanson

    I just had a 3000 natural the other night and seemed to get similar flavors. I got lots of coffee and earth on the finish, great stick! I know everyone, including myself, always raves about the Padron 1926s, and 1964s. But I think the Padron numbered series doesn’t get enough respect, they’re really great sticks too.

  • Matt

    i got one of those in a sampler pack not too long ago… it was decent but after trying a 1964 everything else doesn’t compare haha i’ve just had trouble finding them in my area the 1964’s that is… evidently padron doesn’t just sell the more premium end padrons without their regular line so most of the b&ms around here didn’t want to deal with them… o well… that’s why we have the internet 🙂

  • Freddy62

    I loved this stick a lot, I smoked it down until I couldn’t hold on to it anymore.

  • Griff

    A cheap Padron is better than a lot of other brands expensive sticks. These are hard to beat

  • Bpope31

    I’ve had the 2000& 3000 in maduro. Ill have to pick up a natural one of these. I love a creamy coffee flavor. Just how I make my coffee. Creamy with a hint if coffee. Lol

  • Gigalo de Vitolas

    Who doesn’t love Padrons, awesome cigars and never dissapointed.

  • hoghead

    Purchased for $7.10 at local BM…perfect burn and taste almost the same as u described. I have not been disappointed with any Padron so far, and this one is starting off good…smoking as I type. Really like your reviews Bryan. Thanks

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