Padron 1926 Serie No. 90 Cigar Review

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    Padron 1926 Serie No. 90 Cigar Review

    Rating: ¬†– 90 (score sheet) Brand: – Padron Origin: – Nicaragua Price: – Around¬†$19.75 (Tubo(Robusto)) I wouldn’t be so bold to label this cigar as a Ferrari, it’s much more in line with the C7 Corvette. Still a very sleek and elegant machine that doesn’t come with such an extravagant price tag. I have no […]

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