Padron 3000

parafumar

ChestBeater
I'm not sure if you had the natural or maduro. However, I believe the maduro is the best smoke for the price that you can get, from most any manufacturer. Then gain, that's my opinion :ss Unfortunately, I spend so much time and money trying to find a similar stick with a similar flavor profile for less that I've never gone as far as to purchase a whole box. So, don't make my mistake and spend tons of time and money trying to find a better stick. Just stop here. Slope problem solved :D
Agreed- Maduro is just a fine smoke
 

primitive

Young Chimp
I am trying to decide on a box of maduro's to buy. Right now Padron 2000 maduro looks like it's the right choice. Problem is, I've never tried one, can't find them anywhere here in Canada.

Can someone reasure me I'm making the right choice?Maybe suggest something else?
 

white_s2k

Young Ape
Hey guys, got a quick question.. I've heard a lot of good things about the Padron 3000s and am shopping around about to buy a few sticks. I have noticed that there are Padron 2000-7000.

Can someone explain the difference between all of these? If I'm looking correctly, I think it's just the size of the stick? The 2000s seem to be the smallest in length and gauge, and the 7000s are the biggest. Sorry, noob alert!! :ss
 

islandak

Young Ape
I'll add my voice to the cacophony. The Padron 3000 was the first cigar I bought for myself. I like the maduro a lot. But I love the natural. There's just a perfect blend of flavors in the middle section. I had one sitting in the humi for 12 months and, man, what a great smoke. I also like the "rustic" look of these cigars.
 

MarkinCA

SilverBack
With all this talk about the 3000, I just decided to fire up a 3000 maddy this morning that has been sitting in the humi for just over 3 months. There's just something about this stick that always seems to be consistent and solid coming from the Padron factory:tu:ss
 

scottw

Going Commando
Just getting started back up after a long time away from smoking cigars. I had my first P3000 the other day and was blown away by it. What a smooth, effortless smoke with great taste. The best part is it was under $6. You can't beat that. This might just have to be my very first box purchase.


So now I can blame Padron for pushing me down the slope, right?

:tu
Had my first one two weeks ago, what a great smoke, I have another in the humi, very easy to buy when they are only $4.25.
 

FriendlyFire

Alpha Silverback
Padron was one of my first Cigars that I was able to say aahhhhhhhh, I'm going to smoke this one again. and from there it went allllll the waaaaaaaaay doowwwwwwwwn.


Just getting started back up after a long time away from smoking cigars. I had my first P3000 the other day and was blown away by it. What a smooth, effortless smoke with great taste. The best part is it was under $6. You can't beat that. This might just have to be my very first box purchase.


So now I can blame Padron for pushing me down the slope, right?

:tu
 

Blues Tiger

ChestBeater
With all this talk about the 3000, I just decided to fire up a 3000 maddy this morning that has been sitting in the humi for just over 3 months. There's just something about this stick that always seems to be consistent and solid coming from the Padron factory:tu:ss
I wholeheartedly agree. This was the first box of cigars that I ever bought way back in January of this year. :D They are always smooth and mellow and for me a bit nostalgic. Great cigars!

J
 

BigCat

Young Ape
The 3000 maduro is one of my favorite smokes by far. I have been reaching for them a lot lately too. They pair well with just about everything (although I am partial to a martini or guiness with this stick) and the flavor and construction are outstanding. One of the best for the buck by far.
 
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