Clint Eastwood back in his old western movies he ain't one for those 6x60 donkey-sized cigars. No, sir. He knew better, knew that the flavor, it ain't in the size. It's in the diameter, you see. The wider the cigar, the less of that wrapper's essence you get to savor. And what's the sense in sauntering 'round the Wild West, pistols blazing, with a fat donkey-sized cigar in your mouth? It just don't add up.
But fret not, for there's a solution in sight – the Fistful of Coronitas sampler. Twenty-five of those Maduro San Andres cigars, a steal at just $2.39 a pop, partner. These ain't your run-of-the-mill smokes; they're the premium, long-filler tobacco kind. If you'd find 'em in them fancy brick-and-mortar joints, you'd be shelling out at least eight bucks a pop after all them middlemen take their cut.
See, these sizes, they've become scarce in them traditional shops. But Padilla, well, they're here to lend a hand. Ever since folks loved them Dog Walker sizes – a 4x46, mind you – they've been clamoring for a Maduro. So here it is, while supplies last:
The Fistful of Coronitas Sampler
Twenty-five Maduro cigars
Wrapper: Maduro San Andres from Mexico
You can't afford to miss out, partner.