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Padron 3000 Cigar Reviews
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Padron Cigars
  3000       

Current Rating
8.27

Size: 5 1/2 x 52
Shape: Robusto
Wrapper: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua
Binder: Nicaragua
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 99
Average Rating: 8.27 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 4.68
Discontinued: No
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"Solid Smoke"

Review by: Pratt11
Review Date: 05/19/2010
Rating: 7.8
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Review Notes: During the pre-smoke the first thing you notice about this cigar is that it isn’t your typical beauty, but don’t let that fool you. Aside from that, the wrapper gives off some nutty flavors and the foot smells strongly of coffee and coco. Another note about the construction is the absurdly small cap which is placed on this cigar, sometime in the final third mine fell off. It didn’t cause any problems but it is something to note before performing the cut. Lighting up the cigar you are greeted with a nice mixture of spice and nuttiness. Throughout the duration of the smoke nuttiness is the prominent flavor, with a nice mix of other flavors. In the final third I was hit with a stronger flavor of coffee which I had been expecting due to the strong coffee and chocolate flavors of the foot. The burn of the cigar is phenomenal with a razor sharp burn and a sturdy ash. It produces a massive amount of creamy smoke which stems from its loose draw. The draw may be looser than some prefer but it didn’t cause me any problems. Overall I would say this stick is above average, but when you consider the low price it moves up a level in my book. The Padron 3000 is a cigar which doesn’t present many complexities but it is extremely consistent and well built. I’d recommend it to anyone who enjoys a solid cigar; it would be great for an occasion such as a round of golf or a cookout when your focus may be on other things.

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"Got a bad one"

Review by: 1029henry
Review Date: 01/31/2010
Rating: 1.6
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Review Notes: Extremely loosely packed, poorly constructed (the cap almost fell off by itself), harshly strong, no flavors but very bitter smoke, unpleasant to smoke all the way around. I can't believe this is the cigar everyone is raving over. Oh, well, to each his own.

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"One of my favorites"

Review by: rustytoy
Review Date: 11/05/2009
Rating: 9.4
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Review Notes: Great smoke, not the best looking cigar, but will definately put most of the better looking cigars to shame. Perfect construction, no burn problems, great flavor. Great value.

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"Very nice"

Review by: Scott
Review Date: 10/01/2009
Rating: 8
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Review Notes: Similar to the Maduro. Not a pretty cigar but tons of creamy smoke. Perhaps a little too loose of a draw.

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"Only 1 complaint... And its a small one."

Review by: bimmian
Review Date: 07/11/2009
Rating: 7.4
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Review Notes: This will be my 1st review, hope you enjoy it.. Let me start off by saying that I usually smoke Cubans (and sometimes fake Cubans, unfortunately) and this $3-4 cigar is still ranked in my top 20 in my humidors. Now that I've said that, my one complaint is that PADRONS NEED BIGGER CAPS! Padrons always have a tiny little joke of a cap! Even the anniversaries! I'm never sure where to clip it to keep it from unravelling at the head.. I punched a maduro once and had the whole cap crack and fall off. To their credit, though, I've only had ONE (out of maybe 10) that actually unravelled due to the cap being trimmed too far off. If any padron exec reads this: WHY IS YOUR CAP SO SMALL?! Ranting over. On to the cigar.. Looks like a dog-rocket. Lumpy and bumpy with imperfections on the wrapper and a poorly cut foot on this one. There is a slight gap in the wrapper as it spirals up towards the head. Smokes like a $20 stick, though. This thing is built like a champ. Flavors are good, too! Pre-light (after a CAREFUL clipping) was of mild spices and cocoa powder with a grassy undertone. Toasted and lit, and got an explosion of cocoa, coffee, and sweet, rich tobacco flavors with just a hint of spice to keep me interested. A meaty undertone that drifted in and out through the 2nd half was nice. The flavors didn't really change for me, but grew in depth and profile as I smoked it down to about 2". Stayed smooth and creamy. I'm confident it would have burned perfectly to a nub, but I ran out of time. The aroma was of dark chocolate and good tobacco. Strength was very medium-bodied to me, milder than what I usually smoke, but still satisfying enough. The finish was like the aroma of fresh ground coffee beans and never dry. It stayed long enough to be nice, but not so long as to still taste it in the morning. The draw was loose. I like a little resistance, but I wouldn't knock off points for my personal preferences. It yielded great big clouds of that delicious smoke, anyway! I rated this on my own personal 0-100 scale as an 83. (which is VERY good to me, just so you know. I think CA scores are way higher than mostly all of the cigars deserve.) Overall, highly recommended to beginner and experienced alike. If you value the smoke and the burn more than the appearance and bragging rights, this is one to keep handy.

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