I have been through countless threads talking about 65 vs 70% (including aging vs pre smoke dry boxing), different humidification methods etc. What I haven't seen is any good information about how tastes may change given differing storage conditions.
I brought a 10 pack of Padilla 1932...
Having been recently turned on to the Padilla brand through this forum, I find the 1932 blend to be quite exceptional. Every one I have smoked has been the paragon of complexity and construction. I was just wondering how the other lines, across all price ranges, stack up against the 1932. Using...
FYI, found a nice price on some Padilla Signature 1932's. 5-pack for $20.
Best of Daily Deal - Cigar.com
Same 5-pack goes for $57.00 on CI.
Had one last night (from a shuckins bomb!) and it was GREAT. Loved every second of it. Highly recommend.
This cigar was good, but didn't wow me. The construction was good, but it did need a couple of touch ups do to tunneling (I've noticed this with m...
Read the full review here: Padilla 1932 Torpedo Cigar Review - Respectable
Line: Signature 1932
Size: 6 1/4 X 52
This is my first review. I looked at many others and combined parts of several to arrive at this format. Let me know what you think and post constructive...
Size: 5 X 50 (Robusto)
Wrapper: 5 year old Cuban-seed Corojo.
Binder: Cuban Seed
Filler: Cuba-Seed long Filler
Scent of Wrapper: Tobacco
Scent at Foot: Tobacco
Appearance: Very nice looking cigar
Wrapper:Wrapper very nice, some...
My first review so please go easy.
Decided to get the 1932 after Veeral mentioned that it was one of the first cigars that he ahd smoked and still one of his favorites.
Went to the B&M and got a fiver of the Torpedo. Four have been sent to brothers around the country and I sat down to enjoy...
This is my first time trading here. I have 7 Padilla 1932 Robustos (Newer Blend, $8-$10 retail) in cellophane that have been sitting in my humidor for a few weeks. These are good cigars, they are just not for me for some reason.
I would like to trade those 7 for a 5-pack of any of the...
Padilla Edition Especial SIGNATURE 1932 OSCURO LIMITADA Cigar Review - The Best Maduro made.
If FULL FLAVOR is what you seek then this cigar is perfect for your pallet. Bold Chocolate and coffee combined with dry prices make for flavor per...
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I had the fortune of finding this gem at my local B&M. The smoke that I'm going to review tonight is Padilla 1932 Churchill that has a bold script on the band (The newer post-Pepin has a cursive print on the band). I kept this cigar in a 65% RH humidor for a month since the purchase.
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Vitola: 6 7/8 x 42
Pre-light: Tea leaves (or like a Virginia tobacco), oak, sweetness. Good draw.
Appearance and construction: Nice looking oily wrapper. The burn...
Additional Cigar Reviews - Padron 3000 Maduro Review and the Padilla Signature 1932 Review
If you like complexity, you are going to want to read today's pair of cigar reviews. On the menu today we have two cigars that are loaded with fl...
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I rate by flavor. I think I rated 1932 before, but it remains top 10% in this year's ratings. xlnt DPG start, 1st 2nd and last 3rd all rate grea...
Read the full review here: Padilla 1932 Torpedo Cigar Review - great, top 10%
A couple weeks back I was fortunate enough to snag a six pack of Padilla Salomons (3 Miami & 3 1932 Oscuro) for a very nice price. I was pretty excited about the deal as I've been eager to try a Padilla and particularly the 1932 Oscuro. Well, last week I finally got my chance and I am no longer...
I read a lot of great reviews of this stick, so I decided to give it a try.
Don't get me wrong, it was very good, but I have my issues. I got a 5 ...
Read the full review here: Padilla 1932 Torpedo Cigar Review - not bad