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Wednesday, 18 April 2012

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padmiami Padilla and Perdomo are both respected names in the industry, and they go under the microscope today with reviews of the Padilla Miami Robusto and the Perdomo Exhibicion Sun Grown Churchill.

Padilla Miami Robusto

The Padilla brand from Ernesto Padilla is one that has built a nice reputation for itself since its inception in 2003. The Miami line is one of the brand’s celebrated offerings, and it comes as no surprise that Don Pepin Garcia was one of the main factors behind its success. Will the Miami Robusto live up to its reputation? There’s only one way to find out…

The Padilla Miami Robusto measures 5 x 50. Other sizes in the line include the Corona, Torpedo, Lancero, and Churchill. The cigar is a Nicaraguan puro made completely with tobaccos from the Central American nation. The filler is a blend of Cuban Seed Corojo and Criollo tobaccos. The binder is Cuban Seed Criollo, and a Cuban Seed Corojo wrapper tops things off. In terms of strength, the Padilla Miami is listed as being full-bodied.

The Padilla Miami’s appearance is not the most flashy you will find. That doesn’t mean it’s not a good looking cigar, however. The decorative band near the head stands out with its white, gold, black, and red colors. It has a decent size and displays the Padilla logo and Miami moniker. The cigar has a chocolate colored wrapper with a heavy sheen of oil. There are a few veins throughout the body, but the overall feel is smooth. The cigar is firm and does not have any soft spots. The pre-light aroma is spicy. The cold taste, on the other hand, is sweet.

After striking the Padilla Miami Robusto with my lighter, it lights with ease. The burn only requires a couple of minor touch-ups and no re-lights. The ash is solid and light gray in color. There’s a nice volume of smoke that is produced during the slow burn. I have no complaints about the draw.

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