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Cigar Review | Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro

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Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro

The wrapper produces a chocolate and earth aroma, while the foot gives off a fruity tobacco smell. The cold draw is very loose and gives me the slightest chocolate flavor. Once lit, the cigar offers spice on the tongue with cocoa and coffee. Through the nose, I find more coffee with black pepper spice. The finish is spicy with earth and cedar.

After twenty-five minutes, the first third comes to a close. On the draw, I find espresso with a nutty earth. Through the nose, there is cedar with raisin and red pepper. The finish offers dark chocolate with black pepper and blackberry notes. Strength is at a manageable medium while body is very full.

Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro

The second third ends after fifty minutes. The draw gives me a salty earth alongside more espresso and grass. On the retro-hale, I pick up cocoa with more cedar and a hint of raisin. The finish gives me leather on top of black pepper and some black licorice. There is no change to strength or body.

Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro

The final third closes out at one hour and twenty-five minutes. More salty earth and espresso dominate the draw. Through the nose, I get a delicious blend of oak, leather, and raisin. Dark chocolate returns in the finish with buttery cream and black pepper. Strength and body finish out at medium and full, respectively.

Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro

The Padron Famous 75th Anniversary Maduro is another great cigar from Padron fit to celebrate an anniversary. It offers delicious familiarities within its own unique flavor profile. Performance is excellent, and the amount of smoke this cigar produces is phenomenal. At $21 per stick, there are some other Padrons I would grab first for that kind of money, but this is still a cigar I highly recommend.

Smoke on!
-Noah (CutLightSmoke)

Cigar Review | Arturo Fuente Añejo

It’s Stog o’Clock! This go-around, I smoke an old classic. The Arturo Fuente Añejo No. 46 is a 5.6×46 Corona with Dominican fillers and binder cloaked in a very dark Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper. The wrapper gives off a faint sweetness, and there is a chocolate and tobacco aroma.

Arturo Fuente Añejo

The pre-light draw is snug with flavors of musty chocolate. Once torched up, the Añejo gives me very smooth smoke. There is a dark chocolate with sweet cocoa on the draw. The retro-hale is silky smooth, and the finish gives me a note of espresso.

After just about forty-five minutes, the first third comes to a close. On the draw, I pick up a smooth dark chocolate with a bold espresso and some fruity tobacco. The retro-hale produces notes of black licorice, cocoa, and leather. On the finish, I get a tasty espresso with mild spice and a very sweet raisin flavor. The body and strength are steady at the medium mark.

Arturo Fuente Añejo

One hour and fifteen minutes in, I finish the second third. Bitter espresso hits my palate on the draw alongside a sweet leather and more fruity tobacco. Through the nose, cedar makes an appearance with a creamy toast and some cocoa. The finish is long with a raisin and berry mix paired up with dark chocolate and some char. Strength and body have jumped up slightly to the high end of the medium mark.

The final third finishes at one hour and forty-five minutes. The draw gives me a very grassy cocoa with a bold espresso and some earthy leather. On the retro-hale, there is more cedar, but the toast is now very earthy alongside some smokiness. The finish continues to be long and introduces me to a dark berry note with a blast of black pepper spice and some sweet coffee. Strength and body have now jumped up to the medium-to-full mark.

Arturo Fuente Añejo

Overall, this cigar was phenomenal. The construction was top notch, and this thing burned very slow and cool. All of the flavors blended together perfectly creating a balanced complexity worthy of the high price tag. I highly recommend this cigar and have nothing bad to say about it. The Fuente family knows how to make a great cigar, and this is a testament to their blending skills.

Smoke, and smoke some more.

-Noah (CutLightSmoke)


Find great Fuente cigars online at Famous Smoke.