Padilla makes a lot of highly-rated cigars. When they trim the wrapper and the foot of each cigar, there's a lot of otherwise good tobacco left. Well, Grandma used to be able to make some pretty tasty meals from leftovers to stretch the budget, so Padilla uses the same concept to bring you Padilla Fumas Habano.
A nice Habano wrapper surrounds a mix of long and short-filler Nicaraguan tobaccos. You still get all the flavor and richness of their long-filler cigars, but at a tiny fraction of the price. You'll be treated to a tasty, medium-bodied flavor profile highlighted by coffee, earth and wood notes, with a creamy character, accented by pleasant spice. And when you realize that you're paying as little as $1.50 a stick, both your tastebuds and your wallet will jump for joy.