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Review of two Padilla cigars: The Cazadores Robusto and the Dominus Robusto
Written by Puff Staff

Friday, 29 January 2010

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Once lit, the Cazadores Robusto has a bit of an uneven burn.  The draw is good, and it produces solid ash.  Make sure to keep a lighter handy, as you may have to re-light it a couple times.  As for the flavor, it’s very good.  You get a good amount of spice near the beginning, as well as the cedar that was present in the cold taste.  This later moves towards some coffee and nutty flavors, along with hints of wood.  The cigar finishes off with some tasty chocolate and a kick of spice.

Despite its uneven burn, the Padilla Cazadores Robusto is a good smoke.  The flavors are numerous and combine to provide an enjoyable smoking experience.  The price is a nice surprise too, especially for what is considered to be a cigar from a boutique brand.  You can pick up a single for only $5, which won’t put a dent in your wallet.  You can also get the cigar in boxes of 25.  Fans of medium-bodied cigars should definitely give this one a try, because even if you don’t like it, the low price doesn’t create a huge risk, and the reward is likely to be much better.  The Padilla Cazadores Robusto receives 3 out of 4 stars.

Padilla Dominus Robusto

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The Padilla Dominus line is one of the more premium lines from the manufacturer.  Unfortunately, while premium usually means higher quality, the same goes for its price.  Then again, you get what you pay for, or at least that’s how it’s supposed to work.  The Dominus is said to be one of the stronger and most full-bodied cigars from Padilla.

The Padilla Dominus Robusto measures 5x50.  The Dominus also comes in six other sizes: the 4x44 Perla, the 5x54 Double Robusto, the 5.7x46 Corona Gorda, the 6x52 Toro, the 6.2x52 Torpedo, and the 7x48 Churchill.  The cigar is a Nicaraguan puro composed entirely of Nicaraguan Cuban-seed Corojo tobacco.  This special tobacco, revered by growers for its high yield and resistance to disease, was planted in 2006 in the soil-rich Esteli and Jalapa regions of Nicaragua.  It comprises the Dominus’ filler, binder, and wrapper.





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