The Padron family started making premium cigars in Miami in 1964, and today the Padron cigars are manufactured in their factory in Nicaragua. The cigars are produced by carefully aged tobacco to produce cigars that are considered by some to be the finest in the world. The original Padron series uses Sun-grown Habano tobacco which is older than two years for a balanced, yet boldly spicy flavor. Padron 1964 uses at least four years old tobacco that results in a silky cigar. And the exquisite 1926 line uses tobacco with at least five years to create a creamy smooth and balanced cigar with a taste that is incredibly dense and silky. Padron Family Reserve is an assortment of cigars produced using specially stored 10-year-old tobacco for a taste so incredible, that you risk burning your fingers at the end. This rare and limited mixture was released to honor the company's 50 anniversary.