Padron Serie 1926 Maduro No. 9 Cigar Review – This 5.2×56 box pressed stick features a mottled dark chocolate firmly packed wrapper with a thick, oily toothy wrapper, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, single cap and a musty sweet cocoa aroma. It is over 11 years old, produced in Aug 2008. First light reveals a zero resistance draw with plentiful mild-medium smoke showing flavors of a musty, damp aged tobacco, light earth and oily, smooth pepper on the long finish. The first third adds in an espresso bean and light milk chocolate to the draw with the finish pepper dying down a smidge and the overall body pushing medium. The 1/2 way point comes at 45 minutes, dropping a solid ash with perfect construction and no flavor change. The last third ends 1:10 in and brings a very mild strength in while flavors go to a deeper earth, drop the espresso and ramp up the cocoa. This video is sponsored by https://SmokeInn.com
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