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Old 09-22-2008, 05:03 PM   #1
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Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

This was my first experience with the Padron 1926 series, and also the 1926 Maddie....i was blown away with this cigar. I didn't spend a lot of time trying to take notes or think about it, but rather just sit back and enjoy it. It was a great cigar from start to finish!! The burn was perfect and the ash held on like a champ, it stayed on till the half-way mark when I knocked it off so it wouldn't fall in my lap. This was my first chance since the end of July for me to smoke (due to soccer season) and I very much enjoyed myself with this smoke, this is defintely a box worthy smoke!! The account balance is about to drop a little bit more this week, lol


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Old 09-22-2008, 05:25 PM   #2
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

I have always been reluctant to buy a 1926 because of the price. I will always fondle one when I go to the B&M but always end up putting it back and grabbing a 1964 instead.


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Old 09-22-2008, 05:34 PM   #3
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

I have only had one 26 so far. It was supper complex but a tad harsh at times. I have a couple 40th and 80th napping about time to break at least one of them out. Oh and the 64 I like the maduro, the first 64 I had I found a bit lite with the nat wrapper.
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Old 09-22-2008, 06:04 PM   #4
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

Poo I'm glad to hear you "fondle" cigars and then leave them for someone else to put in their mouth. You my friend are AWESOME!
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

I have one in my humi that i got when Ellison was born. I just have not found a time to smoke it yet. I want to just enjoy it b/c i think i tried to hard with the 64 b/c it was not "the greatest thing in the world" like everyone else seems to think. But I am starting to think that maybe it was not good b/c DL fondled it!
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Old 09-22-2008, 06:15 PM   #6
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

I've never tried a 1964 yet but i have a couple resting...the 1926 is pricey, but that was one incredible smoke!!
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Old 10-17-2008, 03:45 PM   #7
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Re: Padron 1926 No. 2 Maduro

Just smoked this one 2 days ago and was blown away by it. I don't think that it justifys the $15 price point, but who cares when you are celebrating. That was a Fantastic smoke and I enjoyed every minute of it.
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Originally Posted by cusccrstud21 View Post
This was my first experience with the Padron 1926 series, and also the 1926 Maddie....i was blown away with this cigar. I didn't spend a lot of time trying to take notes or think about it, but rather just sit back and enjoy it. It was a great cigar from start to finish!! The burn was perfect and the ash held on like a champ, it stayed on till the half-way mark when I knocked it off so it wouldn't fall in my lap. This was my first chance since the end of July for me to smoke (due to soccer season) and I very much enjoyed myself with this smoke, this is defintely a box worthy smoke!! The account balance is about to drop a little bit more this week, lol


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