Padrón Single Band

Padrón Cigars has announced it will move to a single band for its 1964 Anniversary, 1926, and Dámaso lines. Currently these lines use two bands – a primary Padrón band and a secondary individual numbered guarantee band.

Padron says the new one-piece integrated band will visually maintain the same elements of the primary band, and the guarantee band – including the individual numbering. Padrón will use a slow transition to the single-band format, but the plan is to phase out the use of the two bands. Plans are for the Family Reserve Series to also go to the single, integrated band approach.

Padrón says its special cigar releases: 90th, 80th, 45th, Dámaso Red, and others will continue to use two bands.