Probably the most enjoyable smoke I've had yet. Head and shoulders above the No. 6 in my opinion. The following are the reasons:
The No 2 encapsulates everything I know of Padron so far - smoothness, aged tobacco taste and feeling, earthiness, coffee/cocoa flavor, creaminess(much more than the No 6).. but then it adds something in spades - light natural sweetness. That underlying sweetness stands out as one of the base flavors throughout the entire smoking experience. There is also very light amounts of a wood and nutty flavor as well. Very complex cigar even though i didn't detect any true transitions. The whole thing smoked the same and that's just fine by me 'cause those are the flavors and the proportions I'm looking for. Also on the palate you can pick up only a tiny bit of heat/spice. Finally, I got what I've been asking for.
The construction of the No. 2 also lends itself much better to being cut as the cap is more pointed so more room for error. Once again the draw is loose and you should smoke slow to truly savor all the flavors.
Overall - This is the very definition of the type of cigar I want to smoke all the time. Awesomeness wrapped up in a leaf. Going on my wishlist and will definitely be getting more at some point. Boxworthy, but so damn expensive.
As a side note.. I smoked this first thing in the morning and even though it's rated as full strength on many sites I'd say that it's definitely full bodied but medium strength because I feel only a bit of the strength after smoking down to the nub.