The Padilla 1968 cigar is a tribute to Ernesto’s father one of Cuba's most accomplished poets. Enesto Padilla's father in 1968 compiled his most controversial work, which ultimately led to his imprisonment in Cuba for speaking out against Castro's communist regime. The Padilla 1968 cigar is an extremely limited and very rare cigar. The Padilla 1968 Signature is made in very limited quantities; and the Padilla 1968 cigar has a perfectly balanced wrapper which is a rich Nicaraguan corojo wrapper. The fillers of the Padilla cigar is aged to perfection Cuban-seed Nicaraguan Criollo long fillers. The unique cigar blend delivers a very powerful taste that is both full-flavored full-bodied. Each Padilla 1968 cigar is rolled in Miami by some of the most highly respected cigar rollers in the world. The 1968 cigars are packaged in 20 count boxes. If you like a rare cigar that delivers a nice kick then the Padilla 1968 cigar is for you.