PuroDan

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  1. Again... In the NC world. Me personally, I care what is in and on my cigar. Just me
  2. I agree. Especially on blend integrity. The great thing about your list is that everything mentioned is natural. I can guarantee you one thing i wont be washing my hands/lips off after smoking a Cuban though
  3. You mean the NC world. I know where my tobacco comes from. Cuba
  4. I should have been a bit more thorough in my post. I dont mean all NC companies. The reason i started this thread is because of the accusations of Padron using a mexican wrapper. Obviously its just an accusation. If true it's a bit shocking to me as Padron is well respected. How credible is the website? I couldnt answer that. Cigar Aficionado and the rest of the well respected sites list Padron as a puro
  5. Lately there have been threads posted about NC's. One well known cigar manufacture says one thing, another supposed expert says something different. A quote here, a quote there. People claim that they their fingers and lips get stained while smoking certain kinds of them. What wrapper/binder/filler are you getting? So whats really in them and can the NC companies be trusted? Your thoughts.
  6. Yes i saw that. This is just weird. I mean i have had a few padrons in my day and they are not a bad smoke. So the question is who do i believe? Cigar Aficionado lists them as puros. So do lots of others that are reputable. It seems as the "not as well known" websites say they do use the mexican wrapper. Again... Looks like the NC world if full of deceit
  7. This is from the Cigar Dojo link listed 1964 Anniversary Series Presidente Maduro Breakdown Wrapper: Nicaraguan Sun-Grown (4-year-aged) Binder: Nicaraguan Sun-Grown (4-year-aged) Filler: Nicaraguan Sun-Grown (4-year-aged) Factory: Tabacos Cubanica S.A. (Nicaragua) Production: Regular Production Vitola: 6″ × 50 “Presidente” (Toro) Price: $15.50 (MSRP) Padrón 1926 Serie No. 90 Natural Breakdown Wrapper: Nicaragua Binder: Nicaragua Filler: Nicaragua Factory: Tabacos
  8. ??? Youre right. That is true, more of a blanket statement about the NC manufactures .Here is the major difference. @Cigar Surgeon makes a direct accusation about Padron using mexican wrapper and claiming its not a puro. Big difference
  9. One thing we are learning here is that is seems that the NC world has lots of secrets
  10. "Sure, Gary wrote in his blog article that he's citing Jorge, so we're taking that at face value as I said" Im sure Jorge Padron has had his fair share of these conversations for multiple decades. Here is another quote from you above. So what is the difference about your claims of "mexican wrappers on Padron cigars" and Jorge Padrons claims about mineral oil on cigars? They should both be taken at face value then right? Is Jorge lying? Are you being lied to? Thats why truth is important here. All im saying is when it suits you to make a point you claim this knowledge and experience and wh
  11. Truth is never measured, its just truth. An old quote from Georges Braque."Truth exists; only lies are invented". As for finding the truth, we would have to have a third party/lab test the the cigar to really know. This "i heard it on the internet so it must be true stuff" amazes me.

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