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Item #: C1-PDA6554

Padron Thousand Series 4000 Natural

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This Padron Thousand Series 4000 Natural cigar is made in Nicaragua. Outside, you'll find a Nicaraguan Natural wrapper. Inside, the binder is Nicaraguan, and the filler is Nicaraguan. This is a Toro cigar with a length of 6.50 and a ring gauge of 54.
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Padron Thousand Series 4000 Natural Description

This Padron Thousand Series 4000 Natural cigar is made in Nicaragua. Outside, you'll find a Nicaraguan Natural wrapper. Inside, the binder is Nicaraguan, and the filler is Nicaraguan. The Padron 4000 Natural is a Medium-Full bodied Toro shaped cigar with a length of 6.50 and a ring gauge of 54.

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MH
06/12/2020
Mark H.
United States United States
If you like some spice in your life, try the Padron Thousand series!

Great cigar. One of my daily go to sticks!

E
10/18/2017
erod
Loved It

The construction of this stick really stands out – pretty firm and I thought the draw would be tight but it wasn’t. Creamy coffee flavor with more spice slowly building but never hot. Like a milder Punch Gran Puro. Quite delicious.

LS
08/10/2017
luis s.
Savory

I’m a fan of the Montecristo #2 and this cigar has similar characteristics but is just more full-flavored with more body. It was slightly sweet and very rich – toasted nuts and strong espresso with a hotter finish. It was a very worthwhile smoke and I’ll do it again when I’m in the mood for something zestier.

RS
07/12/2017
rich s.
Value Stogie

This cigar is a really good value compared to an Cabaiguan, and just as tasty, IMO. Nutty spice with citrus notes and chocolate on the finish. The burn ran just a bit and required 2 small touch ups. A slight distraction. Otherwise, a top notch cigar.

CS
07/01/2017
Chris S.
Cheap Thrill

One of the better cigars I’ve had of lately and that includes some quality stogies like the Perdomo Estate Vintage 1991. Plus, the price is outstanding for a cigar of this quality. Mine was aged 8 months and couldn’t have been tastier.