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I absolutely love the 1964 Series, so which of the anniversary series are worth it?
 
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All of them LOL.

But my favorite is the 64 series in a maduro wrapper, better known as a PAM.


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Just got finished smoking one after about 3 months of rest in the humi..... Very nice


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All of them LOL.

But my favorite is the 64 series in a maduro wrapper, better known as a PAM.


Steve is right, all of them are worth it IMO...obviously they arent all the most affordable, but when you can have some of the others, I doubt youll ever be dissatisfied.


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To answer your question: PAM Exclusivo, PAM Superior, Natural Principe are the best I've had in the 64 series.
 
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I love the Exclusivo in the '64 series, but also the Toro that is sold at the TAA affiliated shops. The toro is about equal to the #9 of the '26 series, also fabulous.
 
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My favorite is the 1926 maduro. Molto biene, Delicioso!


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My favorite is the 1926 Maduro 80 Year Anny..

GREAT stick..
 
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My favorite is the 1926 Maduro 80 Year Anny..

GREAT stick..


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I'm a big fan of the PAM Exclusivo and also the PAM Superior. Because of the box press the Superior is the closest thing in the line to a lancero (even though it has a 42 ring gauge) and it's the best priced for what you get.
 
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Padron is one of a few cigar makers that consistently produces high quality sticks. It's a matter of individual taste/mood when selecting a line. My favorite is the '26 40th Natural. Their maduros are wonderful too, rich.
 
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Padron is one of a few cigar makers that consistently produces high quality sticks. It's a matter of individual taste/mood when selecting a line. My favorite is the '26 40th Natural. Their maduros are wonderful too, rich.


I agree!

My favorite is the PAM 1926 No. 9.

The regular Padron line is excellent as well. The Delicias maduro are great for a quick smoke.
 
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All of them LOL.

But my favorite is the 64 series in a maduro wrapper, better known as a PAM.


I should also mention the 80th is my (real) favorite but it's just too pricey to smoke more often than a special occasion.


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All of them LOL.

But my favorite is the 64 series in a maduro wrapper, better known as a PAM.


I should also mention the 80th is my (real) favorite but it's just too pricey to smoke more often than a special occasion.


My sentiments exactly!


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Its kinda sad seeing so many people swear by them but padron never appeal to me. Except for the 80th I have tried all the line and don't find them to be outstanding. Not bad, but nothing special. I guess taste is subjective. Frown


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Its kinda sad seeing so many people swear by them but padron never appeal to me. Except for the 80th I have tried all the line and don't find them to be outstanding. Not bad, but nothing special. I guess taste is subjective. Frown


Subjective IS the operative word here. No need to be sad, be happy and enjoy your preferences.


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Shifting the subject a little, for Padron lovers, what non-Padron cigars do you find to be truly exceptional? If price was no object.
 
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I've personally never tried them, but I've been told that the Ortega Maduro is a good alternative
 
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I love all the padrons, I have 1926, PAM's and even have a couple of the 80's in my humidor. But the other cigar I find exceptional are opusx I know that they are nothing alike but i find them amazing.


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I love the 1926 series. All of them.


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