Outside of the yearly release in the Family Reserve line, Padron is not a company known for new cigars. That is why the soon to be released Padron Damaso is getting so much buzz this year. It’s also the first time Padron has released a cigar that isn’t a Nicaraguan Puro. For the Damaso, Padron used a Connecticut Ecuadorian wrapper and blended a mild cigar. This cigar got a lot of talk around the trade show floor and coming from the Padron family, we expect this cigar to be highly rated like the 1964 & 1926 lines before it.