Padilla Cazadores Review – You don’t have to remind me the things were a little rough lately. You’re in fact likely tired of listening to the news about unemployment rates, domestic forecasts and all of the other headlines. But less dollars and higher taxes on cigarettes make it harder for many people who enjoy a fine cigar to light up.
bout the Padilla Cazadores cigars
Wrapper: Ecuador Habano
Strength: Medium BodySize: Robusto (5.0″x50)
Aged: Around 6 months
The Cazadores Padilla will be one of the bars I think I will quickly forget in a short time. But I wouldn’t want to smoke this cigar again with just a glass of water at my hand, I wouldn’t mark it as unsmokable. To see if it improves, I’ll have to pair it with a whiskey or bourbon. Then good riddance, if it doesn’t.
The biggest problem I had with this cigar is the same problem with several other wood delicacies. From my liking, it was too dry. The dryness in this stick was exaggerated, I can handle a little dryness. Moreover, the whole experience had to continuously seek redemption in a glass of water.
Overall, the cigar has good flavours and both cocoa and peppery notes have been burning to me. I’m ready to try this cigar for those reasons alone (with something stronger than a water by my side). But this is not so successful on its own. On its own, though.