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Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: Varnished Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #66: I have a box from May 01 and have had 2 thus far. A very complex cigar with a strong wood and spice profile. Great Partagas flavor. Nice draw and burn. I look forward to smoking these over the next few years. - Submitted by jaylax5 on January 28, 2008

Review #65: Followed a serie d no.4 with one of my 2-year aged 898's last night. Disappointing as it turned out to be plugged :( but have felt my remaining one for hard spots and hopefully it will satisfy. a bit of rolling in the hard area seemed to loosen the draw a little but i missed out on the expected tiers as I had looking forward to experiencing. i won't rate it down harshly but the next one is sure to satisfy! - Submitted by macleod on December 6, 2007

Review #64: When drawing correctly and with some age, these have the most intense flavors of wood, earth and spice that I've experienced in a Havana. All the great flavors of a Partagas to a higher concentration. A full bodied cigar that will hold up great after a spicy meal. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #63: Beautiful, beautiful smoke! Complex, smooth and profound flavours. Perfect draw and construction. Very recommandable. - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on October 28, 2007

Review #62: For reviewer #60 Alex, The one with the label with '1845' on it. This is a Dominican cigar. For almost every Cuban cigar brand their is a Dominican or Honduran brand with same name but totally different tobacco. The reason for this is the US embargo on Cuban made products. I live in the US and all we have here legally is the 1845 Upmanns. When a cigar says Habana is to let you know that it is the original Cuban brand. While they are totally different in every way that doesn't mean the non Cuban is not good. In fact many countries other than the US have plenty of Cubans but have a harder time getting Dominican or other cigars. I most of the time prefer Cuban cigars but also love many non Cuban ones to such as Fuente OpusX or Davidoffs or some of the great stuff from Don Pepin Nicauagra. So I hope this helps. - Submitted by sticksmoker on October 27, 2007

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