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  1. Jose Padron Dead at 91 Sad news. Sounds like it was a peaceful passing. Between Carlos Fuente Sr. and Jose Padron, the cigar world has lost a couple of giants, particularly in the non-Cuban world. Padron has been synonymous with reliability and quality since long before I started smoking cigars. The core line has long been a favorite of mine. Cigars that reflect Cuban sensibilities in many ways, but which showcased wonderful Nicaraguan tobacco. The Anniversary Series, both 1926 and 1964, have constantly been among the most well-regarded cigars in the world. I'll fire up a 1926 tonight, but even if I didn't have one, I could light up a sub-$5 Padron Panatela, and know I was in for a quality smoke. Any other Padron fans out there? Which are your favorites?

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