Jose Orlando Padron lights up a cigar at Padron Cigars headquarters at 1575 SW First St. as the company celebrated its 40th anniversary in Miami in 2004.
Jose Orlando Padron lights up a cigar at Padron Cigars headquarters at 1575 SW First St. as the company celebrated its 40th anniversary in Miami in 2004. AL DIAZ Miami Herald file photo
Jose Orlando Padron lights up a cigar at Padron Cigars headquarters at 1575 SW First St. as the company celebrated its 40th anniversary in Miami in 2004. AL DIAZ Miami Herald file photo

José Padrón, the man behind some of the world’s best Cuban cigars, dies at 91

December 07, 2017 09:17 PM

UPDATED December 08, 2017 09:22 AM

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