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Padron Serie 1926 No. 35 Cigar Reviews
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Padron Serie 1926 Cigars
  No. 35       

Current Rating
8.52

Size: 4 x 47
Shape: Robusto
Wrapper: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Binder: Nicaragua
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 23
Average Rating: 8.52 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 10.23
Discontinued: No
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"An Ok Cigar"

Review by: Fenway
Review Date: 06/09/2008
Rating: 5.67
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Review Notes: 9 bucks for a cigar this size is outrageous. I don't really see what the huge hype is over this cigar. In my opinion I'd pay about 3 bucks for the one I had. Store at 65% for 9 months it's nothing better than an average cigar with normal flavor. Unfortunately I didn't get the complex flavors that everyone is describing. I don't think I'd get too excited about having another one of these. And for the big nic buzz that I've heard a lot about. I could smoke any PC cuban and get more from it than this little bugger.

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"An excellent and quick smoke"

Review by: Kalidor Ironcrest
Review Date: 04/09/2008
Rating: 9
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Review Notes: This box pressed cigar is one of Padron's finest. The burn was even and the ash splendid. The cigar is medium to full bodied with delicious flavors of clove, anise, almond, and cocoa. The only problem is the high price but enjoy one if you are in the mood to splurge.

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"What a gem!"

Review by: DJ
Review Date: 12/11/2007
Rating: 9.33
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Review Notes: I have smoked cigars off and on over the past 20 some years and have sampled the good, bad, and the ulgy. Over the past several years, I have found myself smoking more, being more adventurous, and have greatly refined my tastes. I first tried a #35 Maduro in the first weeks of October '07. I had no knowledge of what I picked from the store humidor but was attacted to its solid construction and pleasant aroma. The tobacconist told me that I needed to reserve plenty of uninterupted time to enjoy this complex puro. As he described it to me, I decided to buy the rest of them off of his shelf. I have never made a better blind decision. After the cut, I put fire to the end and found that it toasted quickly. The draw was easy and it lit evenly. The smoke started with a mild flavor and crescendoed to a pleasant, robust spice filled ending. I was immediately hooked. I smoked that stick down to the last bit of nub. If my fingers were not in the way, I would have smoked it to extinction. The smoke was cool through and through. Never was it bitter or did I feel that I had to blow through it to sweeten the flavor. Kudos to the Padron family and a belated happy 75th birthday to Jose O. Padron!

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"Very good"

Review by: Ben
Review Date: 03/04/2007
Rating: 8.67
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Review Notes: So very glad I brought this home with me. Loved the size. Being shorter I could detach myself from the world, savor, then get back in gear. Of course, I could have hated the thirty minutes sucking it down, but this one was out of this world. First, it felt great in my hand. Tight, but gave slightly under pressure. The stick itself smelt great. A perfect blend of aged tobacco and wood scent. Lighting it, it burn evenly and produced thick white smoke that gave off a little sweetness. The wrapper held tight the whole way through. The smoke itself started off with a rich, but mild, leather tone. It matured after the first inch and gave off smooth flavors of a dark roast coffee with a slight molasses under current. I didn't want it to end, but the whole purpose was to enjoy a quick smoke. I wish it hadn't cost as much as it did, but I would quickly lay down another Alexander Hamilton to escape like that again.

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"Lucious"

Review by: Brent Belcoff
Review Date: 01/27/2007
Rating: 9.33
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Review Notes: Tonight I am reviewing a well-aged Padron Serie 26 #35 Natural cigar. It is a 4 x 48 triple Nicaraguan box-pressed robusto rolled by one of the finest tobacco companies known by the modern cigar aficionado. Granted, it is not an Opus X or a Cuban El Rey Del Mundo Choix; however, Padron’s premier cigars lines (1964 and 1926) have from their evolution achieved some of the highest ratings amongst many flagship cigars (Regardless of their country of origin). Prelight aroma made be drool as I was simultaneously writing this review for my fellow gorillas… Construction was flawless and what veins I noticed in the wrapper were extremely thin and fine. The color of the wrapper was caramel or that of a Cuban coffee and cream. The multi-colored cigar band of sangre, gold leaf, olive drab and crème brule highlighted the exquisite detail to each and every perforated dimple that encircled the word “Padron”. Next time you pick up a 1926 look closely to the detail of the band. I decided I would pierce the cap with a bullet cutter to ensure I took my time to enjoy the fragrant bouquet of this pristinely rolled cigar, which under the close supervision of the Padron family was given life. I toasted her up and flawlessly lit her with my dual-flamed torch lighter. Even the first draws pulled loads of voluminous smoke. I paired this Padron with Crown Royal XR on the rocks, which was my wedding gift from my best friend Jared. Fortunately, I had just enough Crown to get through this smoke and review. First flavors that danced on my pallet were of deep rich freshly ground coffee and white currants. I examined the ash very closely, which reminded me of a welder’s “roll of dimes” mig weld, but with dimes that were much thinner and finer. Unfortunately, I had to take these photos with my camcorder so the resolution is not that of my digital camera. The photos do not do the cigar any justice. After the first half inch the flavors intensified and remained steady up until the last quarter/nub where the flavor developed into a floral tang and an ever subtle tangerine skin flavor until I put her out. There was a light lingering cocoa finish that continued to tantalize my senses. If not cocoa, that of devil’s food cake mix that my grandmother always made me when I was a child. There was a light lingering cocoa finish that continued to tantalize my senses. If not cocoa, that of devil’s food cake mix that my grandmother always made me when I was a child. The work of art lasted of this short smoke lasted an astonishing 80 minutes. The last photo shows the carnage of my smoking experience minus the ash I dropped on the rug. I decided to not take that photo. Overall, a great premium cigar that is highly sought after and to date I have never had a bad stick in this line. If you have not tried a Padron Serie 1926 you must and you too will become a believer. As always, I did enjoy this cigar, but prefer the maduro version.

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